Over the years, I have written hundreds of sketches -- some of them good, some of them hilarious, and some of them rather on the stinky side (I didn't know this at the time I was writing them else I wouldn't have written them). Hopefully, you will agree with me that the ones I have chosen to place on this site fall into the former two categories.
NEW ADDITIONS -- This just in. Or, rather, these just in. I wrote them for the Brick's second annual Night of 1000 Plays and only one of them got in. Nevertheless, I am proud of both of them equally, otherwise I wouldn't be putting both on this site. They are:
Structure: Elliptical -- The first in a series of Structure pieces I hope to develop with Kevin Pease, and
Structure: Loopy -- This is the second.
There. Now, to aid in your perusal of the other sketches, I have broken them down into various subjects:
PHILOSOPHY -- a subject near and dear to my heart, and one which has inspired some of my more off-the-wall creations.
Dilemma -- a radio call-in show of sorts. In the real world, such a show would not exist, but sketch comedy does not typically find itself bound by real world conventions.
Philosophy -- Actually written long before "Dilemma," this sketch treats philosophical matters as fodder for an chat show parody, this time for television.
THEOLOGY -- a bit of a misnomer as these sketches are mostly about the devil and his ilk. Of course, belief in the devil presupposes belief in a being that the devil is opposed to. Thus, theology.
Trial by Fire -- Not the most original title, but one that suits the subject matter. Thanks to the Kevins for help with the ending to this one. WARNING! Contains naughty language!
Fornication with the Evil One Himself -- a sketch for which the title just about says it all. And so does this one!
POTPOURRI -- anything that doesn't fit into any other categories easily. Take it for 100.
Significant Discussion -- a sketch that would be listed under "semantics" if I had written more than one sketch dealing with semantics.
Right Now -- a brief sketch that I wrote in England (not that that really means anything). WARNING! Contains one bad word!
Dreaming in German -- You'll never look at penguins quite the same.
Twenty Second Birthday -- I can't think of anything to say about this sketch other than, "It's here, so read it."
And that's it. I know this isn't a whole lot right now, but check back as I'm sure to add more sketches as time and space allows.
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