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|Posted: Wed Aug 20th, 2008 05:27 pm||
|To whom it may concern regarding the Festival of One-Act Plays:
Enclosed you will find my submission for the Festival of One-Act Plays. I have also included a self-addressed stamped envelope for correspondence and another envelope for the return of my play, if not chosen.
My forty minute one act play, About a Wedding, is about a newly engaged couple who are trying to pull together their wedding in a month-and-a-half long time period. Along the way, they hit some speed bumps, including the Bride’s Mother’s alcoholic ways and her smoking addiction.
Past romances are brought up again, affairs are discovered and the Mother does everything in her power to prevent this wedding from happening. Will the Mother come to understand that her daughter is in love and approve of the wedding? Will Mother pay for the extravagant wedding that her daughter wants? Will the Groom convince her to? And who is the Best Man’s secret lover? Only time will tell.
If this play is chosen, it will mark the first time this playwright will see his work on stage.
Is this a good letter for a submission to a festival?