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The Guests as Table 11 by Isaac Rathbone

ISBN #1-60513-141-5
JAC #2011-0045

Cast of Characters

  • DAN: 30, single. He wears a jacket and tie (“wedding attire”), though appears very disheveled. He has a charming awkwardness to him.
  • MAGGIE: 28, single. She wears a nice dress (“wedding attire”), and her make-up cannot hide the bags under her eyes. She is shy, but in an attractive way.
  • CHRISTINE: (the Bride), 32, just married. VERY EXCITED that today is her wedding day.
  • TODD: (the groom), 30, just married. VERY EXCITED that today is his wedding day.
  • DJ: (voice only)

A man and woman awkwardly engage in conversation at a mutual friend’s wedding. At first, their intentions seem innocent, but as the play progresses, we learn that they shared an intimate and dark night together.

The Setting
Todd and Christine McScrod's wedding reception at the Regal Lake Country Club.

Isaac RathboneAbout this Playwright

ISAAC RATHBONE's plays have been seen throughout the City and State of New York, Boston, Providence, Nebraska, Ohio, Minnesota, Alaska, and Southern California. Credits include Captain Ferguson’s School For Balloon Warfare (59E59 Theaters & Edinburgh Fringe Festival) Breakfast For Dinner (NYC Fringe Festival & Last Frontier Theater Conference), The System (Kraine Theatre), There’s Always A Band (Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater Lab & Great Plains Theater Conference), Jon Katsberg (Sam French Festival), Nice Paper (Teatro Iati), Bensonhurst (BoCoCa Arts Festival), Finnegan’s Wake (Triskelion Arts Center), Welcome Back, Lloyd (Harvest Festival NYC). Historical plays include: Undeclared History and The Bonus Army (Both commissioned by Hofstra University), Little Eva (Greater Milford Historical Association) and Violet to Ruth Ann (National Baseball Hall Of Fame). He has been a featured expert on Investigation Discovery’s “Deadly Women” series. His two ten-minute plays The Guests At Table 11 and Prodigal Father were selected as finalists for the Actor Theater of Louisville’s Heideman Award. He is a founding member of Oracle Theatre Inc. and a graduate of Hofstra University. For more information, visit www.isaacrathbone.com.


Don't miss Rathbone's short plays Death and Motor Vehicles, Breakfast for Dinner, Hold the Bus and X-Mas Marks the Spot!

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