Sunday, December 7, 2014

"I Hate Buffets" free dramedy monologue - free solo stage play script

From the published play 
"When Mel Fell for Nell" 

by D. M. Larson 
ISBN-13: 978-1512007183

"I Hate Buffets" by D. M. Larson

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1 comment:

  1. I Hate Buffets
    At least, most of them. Although I really haven't tried all that many because I don't prefer to graze-eat. I have been fortunate to have tried one or two buffet-type restaurants that are more high-end; this generally means better quality food and better selection.
    I like the fact that the person freely speaks their mind. I am prone to do the same...If someone wants to know what I think, just ask me.
    I can relate to this person in that this person reminds me of a close friend.I can also relate to this person after having had basically the same experience. How anyone can handle a food object, inspect it, and then return it to the serving dish is beyond me.
    It is obvious to me that this person suffers from self-esteem issues. But how can you be "wrong" by simply making a food choice? How will you know if you will enjoy a food product if you never tried it? I do NOT relate to this person in this capacity. I have to ask...if this person hates buffets so much, why are they there?