Yet not performed
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“How do you Make a Party?”

(5-character stage play)

An actor who is out of work makes a living getting into houses to interest people into making a party  which he himself  will entertain in exchange for money, goods or anything else he could make use of.  This time, he finds a family  in absolutely no mood for a party. He will accept the challenge.

(The idea of this play could also serve for a TV serial comedy, showing the character entering all sorts of households and offices).  

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“Coming”

(Screen play)

A woman cannot reach a climax with her husband because he does not allow her the time she needs. They blame each other, they hurt each other, they argue constantly and they don’t go for shrinks.  They get a divorce and she involves in a series of erotic affairs, risqué but non-pornographic. The heroine walks a tough and troubled path. She wants to find  pleasure at any cost.

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“Gimme”

(TV serial comedy)

“Gimme” is a  naive and primitive savage Indian from a jungle in Amazon who ends up living with an urban familiy.  “Gimme” is a kind of program which resembles “Alf” in the sense that they are both strangers disturbing the daily  routine of a household.  But in this case  the character is a human being who, at some point, will stop hiding from people.  There’s also a touch of “Mork and Mindy” in the clash of cultures, the contrast between two completely different  lifestyles. “Gimme”  does not speculate with people, he is easily moved, tender, generous, uninterested, sincere to the extreme; surrenders emotionately without reserves, prejudices, or fears. His presence is a permanent trouble for everybody and for “Gimme” himself.  

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Room for Singles

Two recently divorced men meet by chance, become friends and decide to open up a hotel for singles at the place one of them had inherited.

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Pipo and Pipo

Pipo unfolds and corporizes and his other self can only be seen by himself and the audience becoming his own advisor, alley, critic and judge as well as the voice of his own conscience, involving Pipo in different adventures and becoming responsible for every kind of situation he gets into. One day, because of a strong emotional situation, Pipo starts taking part in dialogues with his own self reflected in the mirror. This other image becomes independent and either corporizes or blends with Pipo according to the circumstances.

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