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Wayne Denfhy

WAYNE DENFHY

  

Nationality:    British
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Wayne Denfhy's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates

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below is a list of Wayne Denfhy's plays - click on a Play Title for more information

        Handful Of Stars         Heroin Lies         Is It Time Yet, Dad?         Postman's Knock         We'll Be Home Tomorrow



Handful Of Stars

Synopsis:
the little match girl

Notes:
Written by Ken Meanwell And Wayne Denfhy

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1st Published:
Musicline Publications 1994   978-1898754411

Music:
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Genre:
Children play

Parts:
Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Heroin Lies

Heroin Lies
Teenager Vicki drifts into drug abuse

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1st Published:
DBDa 2004   978-1902843155

Music:
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Genre:
Youth play

Parts:
Male:  -            Female:  -            Other:  -

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Is It Time Yet, Dad?

Synopsis:
In the same cartoon style as "We'll Be Home Tomorrow" we look at a traditional family Christmas. the embarrassing parents, Nativity plays, the Queen's Speech and Christmas bats! This fast-moving, challenging play appeals to a wide range of both audience and cast and can be performed anywhere. as well as being very funny, it has proved to be a big hit at Drama and Music festivals across the country.

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Genre:
Youth Play, 35 min Youth audience

Parts:
Male:  2            Female:  2            Other:  flexible >19

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Postman's Knock

Synopsis:
the desperation, embarrassment and confusion of your teenage years, acted with a pop "soundtrack". Martin fancies Rachel - but then so does everybody else. the Christmas party is his last chance to do anything about it or hide in his room forever.This fast-moving comedy, punctuated by catchy, melodic songs, has proved a very popular and successful seconday school production.

Notes:
music by Chris Allen

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Genre:
Youth fantasy, 100 min Youth audience

Parts:
Male:  8            Female:  9            Other:  chorus

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We'll Be Home Tomorrow

Synopsis:
a wryly observed comic Drama on family life. School breaks up and the annual summer holiday begins. "Where to go?" presents the first problem, followed by the interminable car journey; arrival; a sortie to the beach and the minefield of disasters which the family encounter during their stay away.

Notes:
music by Chris Allen

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Genre:
Youth Play Youth audience

Parts:
Male:  6            Female:  4            Other:  7 variable

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