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Eternity

Abe, sick of sticking to a sensible diet, decides to move a client appointment to later in the day in favor of getting an ice cream sandwich. The only problem is that Abe is an angel of death, and his "appointments" are to greet the newly deceased and take them to the next stop.

  • Full Length Play
  • Comedy
  • 90 minutes

  • Time Period: Contemporary
  • Target Audience: Teen (Age 14 - 18), Senior, Adult, Appropriate for all audiences

  • Performance Group:
  • Community Theatre, High School/Secondary, Professional Theatre, College Theatre / Student, Senior Theatre
Abe, sick of sticking to a sensible diet, decides to move a client appointment to later in the day in favor of getting an ice cream sandwich. The only problem is that Abe is an angel of death, and his "appointments" are to greet the newly deceased and take them to the next stop.

Things quickly spiral out of control when Abe's repeated attempts to "bump off" his delayed appointment fails, and the real threat of a new "unauthorized life" will occur unless Abe gets everything back on track. 

Meanwhile, Abe keeps collecting additional "clients" as he makes a desperate plan to set things right. Abe and a collection of the living and the dead all end up in a Las Vegas wedding chapel where a surprise visit from the boss helps Abe rediscover what the real meaning of life and death is all about.

This show is available through the American Association of Community Theatre AACT NewPlayFest Winning Plays: Volume 3 (2018).

  • Casting: 6M, 5F
  • Casting Attributes: Reduced casting (Doubling Possible)

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Abe, sick of sticking to a sensible diet, decides to move a client appointment to later in the day in favor of getting an ice cream sandwich. The only problem is that Abe is an angel of death, and his "appointments" are to greet the newly deceased and take them to the next stop.

Things quickly spiral out of control when Abe's repeated attempts to "bump off" his delayed appointment fails, and the real threat of a new "unauthorized life" will occur unless Abe gets everything back on track. 

Meanwhile, Abe keeps collecting additional "clients" as he makes a desperate plan to set things right. Abe and a collection of the living and the dead all end up in a Las Vegas wedding chapel where a surprise visit from the boss helps Abe rediscover what the real meaning of life and death is all about.

$19.95