Full-Lengths by Stephen Bittrich

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The Acquisition

Home of the Great Pecan

Big Apples (Collection of New York Themed Comedy Shorts) NOT ONLINE (CONTACT STEPHEN)

Desert Rites NOT ONLINE (CONTACT STEPHEN)

Hole NOT ONLINE (CONTACT STEPHEN)

Even, © 2006 by Stephen Bittrich

A drama set in a beat down motel off of Route 66 in Arizona. 1 man, 2 women, 65 pages long.

CHARACTERS -

DAISY - 17 pretty, coltish, sometimes precocious, sometimes immature.

JOHNNY - 45ish, fond of his drink and life weary, six foot three and about 250 pounds of him.

LILLY - about 18-22, but playing 40 in some scenes. Ethereal and beautiful in some scenes, ditzy and dense in other incarnations.

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The Acquisition, © 2006 by Stephen Bittrich

A period drama set in Regency England. My take on Jane Austen. 3 men, 3 women, playing multiple roles, 101 pages long.

CHARACTERS -

ACTOR 1 -

JULIA HIGHTOWER - 20s female, handsome, intelligent,
progressive and spirited. A great artist living in the
wrong time.

ACTOR 2 -

WILLIAM AINSWORTH - late 30ish male, a rich and rakishly
handsome libertine. A skilled manipulator, he has the
misfortune of not often having been told "no" in his life.

ACTOR 3 -

JAMES HIGHTOWER - mid-20ish male, the brother of Julia
Hightower. A bright and optimistic force cut down by
the arbitrary viciousness of war.

JEAN LEGARD - 30ish male, a talented painter. Extremely
handsome, charming, and passionate. Full of romantic
notions on the surface, but a keen opportunist at his core.

CHARLES HIGHTOWER - 30ish male, well-fed and obsequious.
The estranged cousin of Julia Hightower and the inheritor
of all Julia's father's wealth.

CAPTAIN THOMAS SINCLAIR - 30ish male, quick tempered and brash,
a soldier friend of Mary Dunning's.

ACTOR 4 -

ANNA WORTHINGTON - 17, cousin of Julia's on her mother's side.
Precocious and flirty, but possessing surprisingly accurate
powers of observation.

MARY DUNNING - 20ish female, pretty, capricious, and even
devious. One-time fiancée of James Hightower.

ACTOR 5-

MRS. HIGHTOWER - 45ish female, highly emotional, manipulative.
Mother of Julia and James Hightower. She dotes on her son.

LADY WOOLCOCK - mid-50ish female, cheerful and locquacious, a
terrible gossip and a very rich and influential society
woman throughout the County of Sussex.

ISABELLE - 45ish female, loyal, of sturdy build and quite
excitable. Julia's maid.

SALLY - 40ish female, Mary Dunning's maid.

ACTOR 6 -

MR. HIGHTOWER - Mid-60ish male, old in attitude, miserly and
overly concerned with propriety. Father of Julia and James
Hightower.

COLONEL BLACKBURN - 50ish male, a salty well-respected military
man, also a friend of Mary Dunning's.

SETTING

England. The Counties of Hampshire, Sussex, and Kent. In the various country estates of the rich and the very rich and in one artist's modest studio in the port town of Dover.

TIME

The Regency Period. 1815 - 1816.

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Home of the Great Pecan, © 1997 by Stephen Bittrich

A farce set in a small town in Texas. 2 men, 2 women, playing multiple characters, 94 pages long, simple set.

CHARACTER BREAKDOWN:

ACTOR G

Greeley Green

Deputy Diggity

Deke Rottweiler

Johnny Johns (voice only)

Francio

Les Glenehinkel

Lynch Moster #2 (on video only)

ACTOR E

Ed

Sheriff Bart

Reverend Pat

Billy Pomgranite (voice only)

Orest Stelmach (voice only)

Mrs. Bart

ACTOR T

Tammie Lynn Schneider

Mrs. Rottweiler

Chucky Connors

Kelly St. Clair, Newscaster (on video only)

ACTOR R

Rosy Stadtmueller

Priscilla Rottweiler

Sonja Guarez

Lynch Mobster #1 (on video only)

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Big Apples, © 2004 by Stephen Bittrich

NOT YET ONLINE.(Royalty information.)

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Desert Rites, © 1993 by Stephen Bittrich

NOT YET ONLINE. A screenplay based on this play was entered into the
first Project Greenlight and made it to the round of 30 out of over
5000 screenplays.
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Hole, © 2011 by Stephen Bittrich

This play started as a one-act, which was published (buy here) and
was expanded and workshopped over past few years. This is a 4 person
play (3 men, 1 woman) about miners trapped in a mine in West Virginia.
(Royalty information.)

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