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Scott Douglas lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, having recently moved there from Saskatoon. His current play (Undiscover'd Country) was featured in the Saskatchewan Playwrights Centre's Spring Festival and the Alberta Playwright's Network's Fresh Ink festival. As well as writing for the professional theatre, Scott is often commissioned to write short plays for church and social justice groups. A collection of his plays will be published by Wood Lake Books in 2004.
Lycanthropes of the Latter Twentieth Century
Stone Soup!: The Musical
A play about hope and hopelessness. Professor Esperanzo's Miracle Elixir is pure distilled hope. But is it real?
20 minutes; 2m, 1f
A play about global security. Owen is a big kid with a dangerous security blanket. His mother wants him to think about the real causes of insecurity.
10 minutes; 2m, 1f
"STRANGE ANGELS & Other Plays for People of Faith" - Scheduled to be published in 2004 by Wood Lake Books, this is a collection of plays written for church groups and conferences over the course of twelve years. This anthology includes:
|Dog Eat Dog World |
A play about poor-bashing. Rufus is a poor hound trying to make ends meet, but he keeps getting swatted on the nose by Fido, who sees himself as a "good dog, a very good dog."
Legend of Saint Andrew
Tables Turned and the Stone Gets Rolled Away
A Prairie Nativity
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