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Full Length Plays

Below you can find all the information about my full-length play collection

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Licensing Information:

Fees dependant on expected audience size.

100 and under – £25 per performance

101-200 – £30 per performance

 201-300 – £40 per performance

 301 – 400 – £55 per performance

 501+ – £75 per performance

Live Stream -£20

 

Online Posting – £20

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Poster from Hen and Chickens Production March 2022

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Poster from Broadclyst Theatre Group Production

April 2022

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Title Screen from 4 Part YouTube Series

October 2022

"Believe Me"

Believe Me is a crime drama piece, originally written in September 2021 as a short play, which won 'Best Original Script' at the Exmouth One Act Play Festival in Devon.

CONTENT WARNING - Swearing, Violence and references to Sexual Assault.

Genre: Crime/Drama

Timing: 90 Minutes

Synopsis:

Eddie has turned up at Lisa's flat in the middle of the night looking dishevelled. Having never lied to her before, Lisa is desperate to believe that her brother is not responsible for the crime he is accused of. But with Eddie's past and a determined detective working against him, will Lisa believe him?

Cast: 2m & 3W

Productions History:

March 2022 - Short version produced by Hen and Chickens Theatre, London.

April 2022 - Short version produced by Broadclyst Theatre Group and taken to Exmouth One Act Play Festival.

October 2022 - Full Length version produced as a four part audio series for YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQAW35z4rPk&list=PL3PhaNeb4ZUJVxIMiNui53j9O_FB5GZDG

Recommendations:

“BBC!? Hello? Suspenseful stage/screen/radio play by Rachel Feeny-Williams calling! The short version was twisty-turny entertainment but the full length weaves you in and out and up and down dark corridors until its satisfying deneument. Murder mystery "fun".”

(Nora Louise Syran, Playwright)

"Having the opportunity to play Lisa was an absolute dream. Such a complex character with a tough exterior and fragile interior. I remember first reading the script and being absolutely hooked, I just  couldn't put it down. An emotional roller coaster with twists and unexpected turns. I absolutely adored this piece of writing."

(Charlotte Sisson, Played Lisa in the Hen and Chickens Production)

“Wow. This is an incredible tension driven show. A supreme mystery. The tension throughout was palpable. I couldn't stop reading. I didn't want to stop reading. I had to know. All of it. At no point in this amazing show do you feel confident in the innocence of anyone (Except Williams). Rachel Feeny-Williams though also puts everyone in the crosshairs of being a victim or a potential victim (Except Jenkins). I can't even imagine this as an eleven-page script. Not only do I want to see this, I want to direct this, maybe even film it. Wow!”

(Joe Swenson, Playwright)

"Believe Me' was a joy to direct and to be a part of. We performed the play as part of Creo Theatre's Short Play Festival in 2022 where I played DS Williams. The writing is enticing and the storyline full of twists and turns, leaving the audience guessing and putting the pieces together in their own minds. The power play between characters is interesting both from police officer to civilian, and amongst the colleagues themselves. A piece of writing that truly captures the tension when the stakes are at their highest. The play is in two halves - one half between the brother and sister leaving bread crumbs of plot for the audience and the second half of pure intense questioning and shock. It leaves the audience with one true question- who do you believe?"

(Ellie Shields, Played DS Williams and Directed Hen and Chickens Production)

“Believe Me? By Rachel Feeny-Williams beckons the question – do you believe a sibling is innocent when the awful truth is smacking you in the face? Family dynamics can be difficult. The playwright has written quite a disturbing plot. How it will be resolved is dubious. The characters are in an uncertain dilemma which could go in different directions.

There are two main characters in this play Eddie and Lisa. Eddie requires assistance from Lisa. He has found himself mixed up in a situation that requires him to law low. Lisa is a loving caring sister; she genuinely loves her brother; they have been through many sordid situations. Unfortunately, his issues are sometimes overwhelming, but her good nature takes over and helps him with his immediate problems. The dialogue is beautifully written. The reader understands the delicate balance between the two siblings. There is love, but an obvious trepidation encompassing the subtext. Each moment carries a lot of weight. From beginning to end the plot shows risks and hesitation from both siblings. Eddie needs Lisa, no question. Will Lisa help him with the big issue is problematic. “Believe Me?” by Rachel Feeny-Williams could easily be a segment from “Law and Order.” A crime has been committed. Will Lisa stand by her brother or turn him in? The playwright has left it up to the reader to decide. Surfside Players Ten-Minute Contest thanks the playwright for intriguing play. As usual Ms. Feeny-Williams explores the fallibility of human beings and has created quite a story."

(Jennifer M. Wolf, Surfside Playhouse 10 Minute Play Competition)

“Rachel Feeny-Williams has crafted a mystery that centers on Eddie and Lisa, brother and sister devoted to each other and both holding secrets. A murder puts DI Jenkins in aggressive pursuit of Eddie, the prime suspect. Williams does a great job of keeping us guessing, and although Eddie and Lisa are sympathetic characters, the possibility of their guilt is all too real. No spoilers here, but it’s enough to say, the mystery isn’t predictable. A Believe Me is a compelling mystery with a surprising conclusion.”

(Kim E. Ruyle, Playwright)

"Secrets, Sex and Over 60"

Secrets, Sex and Over 60 is a farcical comedy written with a cast of mostly older actors.

Genre: Farce/Comedy

Timing: 2 Hours

Synopsis:

Bernard, Ruth, Charlie and Joyce have been taking the same caravan holiday every year and this year they’ve brought a niece and nephew. This year however, due to some secretive behavior, half heard conversation and mis-understandings it soon leads everyone down the suspicious path that everyone is sleeping with…everyone else!

Cast: 4m & 4w

Productions History:

September 2021 -  Produced as an audio production by Free Theatre Company for YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBr6YzaG8mc

Recommendations:

“As a writer/director who almost entirely does comedy, I know a good comedy when I read one and this script had me laughing out loud. It's a very funny, well-structured and briskly paced farce about two retired couples who holiday in adjacent caravans, each bringing a younger relative along with them, and with a few other characters drifting by, much confusion and misunderstanding ensues. Easily staged with simple sets, simple tech and a small cast.”

(Rob Chantler, Director of Free Theatre Company Production)

“Feeny-Williams writes a laugh-out-loud comedy that has great pacing and is structured beautifully. Feeny-Williams does a great job of channeling and rediscovering these relationships between the characters which just adds to the uncomfortable situations for these characters but adds so much laughter for the audience. This is a great play for actors and directors to bring to life. There are so many great moments of comedy that would work so well if this were to be fully staged.”

(Brenton Kneiss, Playwright)

“Oh, what absolute fun! Rachel Feeny-Williams has created a perfectly structured farce with a set that relies on two camping trailers. Timing is everything, and the timing for the characters to overhear bits of conversation out of context or witness something that isn’t what it seems is hysterical! All of the wrong conclusions these delightful characters reach come to a chaotic conclusion that will leave audiences exhausted from laughter. Where can I see this?!”

(Morey Norkin, Playwright)

“"SECRETS, SEX AND OVER 60" unfolds with humor and heart. The script brings to life a tale of friendship and hidden pasts. The dialogue sparkles with wit, tension added with a layer of intrigue. Rachel Feeney-Williams has composition offers balanced light-hearted moments with emotional depth, making for an engaging and thought-provoking experience. The characters are relatable, and the setting is a character in itself, adding color to this charming story of escapism and connection.”

(Tom Erb, Playwright)

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Licensing Information:

Fees dependant on expected audience size.

100 and under – £25 per performance

101-200 – £30 per performance

 201-300 – £40 per performance

 301 – 400 – £55 per performance

 501+ – £75 per performance

Live Stream -£20

 

Online Posting – £20

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"Faith, Trust and..."

"Faith, Trust and..." started out as a short play and is a film noir style piece, featuring the characters from Peter Pan in a way you won't have seen them before.

CONTENT WARNING - Swearing, Drug use and Violence.

Genre: Crime/Drama

Timing: 1hour 45mins

Synopsis:

The city of Neverland has always been a cess pit of drugs, corruption and violence. But now, Detective JM Barry has been approached by a figure from his past to look into the possibility of a gangland takeover, threats of murder and a new drug on the street, although this one leaves its victims with a distinctive...sparkle. Will he be able to solve the case before this new toxin poisons his beloved city...or will Neverland claim another innocent victim?!

Cast: 8m & 5w (Doubling up is Possible)

Productions History:

August 2023 - Streamed live reading by The Depot of New Play Readings.

Recommendations:

“I love plays that take familiar characters and develop them in unexpected ways. There's little that can be more unexpected than to take J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan characters, age them into adults, and set them in a grungy Film Noir world where Barrie himself becomes the hard-boiled detective lured into a mystery by a beautiful woman--that would be Wendy. At its core this is a play about drug abuse and the appearance of a dangerous new drug called...well, read it and find out for yourself. Another wonderful work from the unique creative mind of Rachel Feeny-Williams.”

(Donald E. Baker, Playwright)

“This expansion of Rachel’s short play is a fantastic journey into a noir world inhabited by distorted versions of characters from Peter Pan. It reads like a Dashiell Hammet novel and begs to be fully produced. I am a big fan of Rachel Feeny-Williams, and this play delivers exactly what I’ve come to expect from her work, brilliance.”

(Christopher Soucy, Playwright)

“In “Faith, Trust and …” Rachel Feeny-Williams creates a vivid Neverland with characters from J. M. Barrie’s "Peter Pan" transported to a metropolis overrun by underworld bosses and organized crime. Bodies pile up, and suspense tightens. Audience surprise at all the plot’s twists testifies to Feeny-Williams’ mastery in upending expectations, and yet the play observes the classic noir convention of addressing injustice. At first comic, then tragic, “Faith, Trust and…” is a blast for actors. Set designers will love it. Some roles can be double cast, and the play can be adapted for radio. Very highly recommended.”

(The Depot for New Play Readings)

"Just think of a happy thought, any Happy little Thought...& you can fly.
I adore the one-act version of this play, so obviously I am a big fan of this expanded full-length. FAITH, TRUST AND... takes all the whimsical characters we know and love, and drops them into a noir crime drama that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats. Rachel Feeny-Williams' characters are distinct and compelling, in a script so vivid and well-crafted it jumps off the page, making it so easy to visualize a fully-staged production.”

(Hannah Lee Defrates, Playwright)

Licensing Information:

Fees dependant on expected audience size.

100 and under – £25 per performance

101-200 – £30 per performance

 201-300 – £40 per performance

 301 – 400 – £55 per performance

 501+ – £75 per performance

Live Stream -£20

 

Online Posting – £20

"A Christmas Carol

(But not as you know it)"

"A Christmas Carol (But not as you know it!)" is a re-imagining of the classic Charles Dickens where Scrooge and Marley are both women and the piece is set in modern day London.

CONTENT WARNING - Child Abuse and Child Death

Genre: Drama/Christmas/Festive

Timing: 1hour 45mins

Synopsis:

This take on the classic ‘A Christmas Carol’ is set in modern London and follows the events of one Christmas Eve for cold hearted loan shark Edwina Scrooge.

Cast: 6m & 7w (This is with Doubling Up)

Productions History:

December 2023 - Audio Production on the Theatrical Shenanigans Podcast - https://theatricalshenanigans.podbean.com/e/theatrical-shenanigans-christmas-special-a-christmas-carol-but-not-as-you-know-it/

Recommendations:

“Holiday shows, especially ones based on A Christmas Carol, are an exercise in tightrope walking. How do you be sentimental without becoming mawkish or turning wiseacre? Rachel Feeny-Williams shows herself an accomplished tightrope walker with this show. It tells the story, has some surprises, keeps the sentiment and seasons the mixture with humor. What more could you want for Christmas?”

(Richard Thompson, Playwright)

“Rachel Feeny-Williams takes the Dickens classic, modernizes it, swaps some gender roles, adds some slapstick, and delivers a delightful adaptation for those looking for a fun alternative to their holiday lineup. ”

(Melissa Schmitz, Playwright and host of 101 Stage Adaptations Podcast)

“As a devotee of the original book, I am always intrigued by updates to Dickens' classic tale. This play is the best by a mile. Rachel Feeny-Williams updates "A Christmas Carol" with new characters, new genders and (importantly) new jokes. But she keeps the themes of the original intact, imbuing them with new urgency and relevance for modern audiences. I heard a fantastic production of this play on Feeny-Williams' "Theatrical Shenanigans" podcast and loved it. Check it out; you will too.”

(Adam Richter, Playwright)

“A fun retelling of Scrooge and A Christmas Carol. Highlighted are Feeny-Williams' voice and vision in the dialogue as well as efficient staging. Strongly recommended for December programming.”

(Wolfgang Jones, Playwright)

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Licensing Information:

Fees dependant on expected audience size.

100 and under – £25 per performance

101-200 – £30 per performance

 201-300 – £40 per performance

 301 – 400 – £55 per performance

 501+ – £75 per performance

Live Stream -£20

 

Online Posting – £20

Title Screen from Theatrical Shenanigans Podcast

December 2023

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Licensing Information:

Fees dependant on expected audience size.

100 and under – £25 per performance

101-200 – £30 per performance

 201-300 – £40 per performance

 301 – 400 – £55 per performance

 501+ – £75 per performance

Live Stream -£20

 

Online Posting – £20

"Cast 1 Male"

Cast 1 Male is a comedy play I wrote to shed some insignt as to what the world of AmDram can be like.

CONTENT WARNING - Swearing and violence

Genre: Comedy

Timing: 60-75 Minutes

Synopsis:

The Female Amateur Theatrical Society (F.A.T.S) have decided to break with their tradition by allowing a man on stage with them to play Henry VIII in their latest production. However, on the arrival of their leading man they realise things may not be as easy as first thought.

Cast: 2m & 6W

Productions History:

July 2021 - Production by Next Generation Theatre, Cullompton, Devon (Dress rehearsal filmed for YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XM7HVzzo9CA)

August 2021 - Production at the Sunrise Festival at David Evans Court Theatre (recorded and put on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFdmMHw5Vxo&t=4s)

April 2022 - Produced by Broadclyst Theatre Group and performed at Victory Hall, Broadclyst as well as at the Exmouth One Act Play festival.

Recommendations:

“As they say, sometimes what you need is right in front of you and all you need is an egotistical bastard to make you realize that before the curtain rises. Feeny-Williams takes us down a very rich rabbit hole of the woes of one amateur theater and has struck gold with her characters, the dialogue and play. Bravo!”

(Lee R. Lawing, Playwright)

“Great fun! Some romance, some farce and a nice cuppa ;) I'll be recommending it to a local English speaking Amateur Dramatics group in the South of France as the casting options are spot on.”

(Nora Louise Syran, Playwright))

“If you've ever been involved in community theater you'll appreciate this comedy where a group of amateurs deal with a know-it-all professional who proves himself anything but. The dialog is sharp and, don't worry, there's a happy ending. True, there is a batch of drama along the way, but as my wife (not a theater person) says when I tell her about something, "Drama in a theater group! Who knew?"”

(JRichard Thompson, Playwright)

"Collabor-Fucking-ation!"

Collabor-Fucking-Ation! was written as part of a play a day challenge with the brief to write a play inspired by the 1990s theatre.

CONTENT WARNING - Swearing, Alcoholism and Suicide References

Genre: Drama

Timing: 1 Hour 30 minutes

Synopsis:

Claire is a playwright, just moved to London and desperate for inspiration to write the gritty and emotionally tough piece her employers are asking for. To attempt to help her inspiration, her agent/best friend Simon brings in theatr producer Wallace Aurelian to assist. But with the two already having a less then friendly past, how will things unfold?

Cast: 2m & 1w

Productions History:

Recommendations:

“This felt.. real. A successful amateur theatre playwright moves to London to write a gritty and emotional new play. It takes a nemesis to enable Rachel to dig deep and find what is real. This piece should be expanded to a full length show - so many opportunities for conflict, discovery, and honesty. RACHEL FEENY-WILLIAMS' talent for writing dialogue that moves without effort is a true gift."

(Debra A. Cole, Playwright)

“My God, this was a riveting piece to read. As writers, we've all felt the panic of the blank page. Rachel Feeny-Williams is probably no exception (though sometimes I think she has made a deal with the Devil for non-stop inspiration) but she powers through and produces work of such high quality, that you'd never know it. The characters here feel like they stepped out of real life and I defy you not to get caught up in their needs and desires. This was wonderful and gets my highest recommendation!”

(John Busser, Playwright)

“I’m already a fan of Rachel Feeny-Williams’ work, but just like the Rachel who is the central character in this play, Feeny-Williams seems to have found some new inspiration to take her work to another level! Not something I ever thought was needed or possible! The story and characters are all brimming with gritty realism. And to think this was written in a day! This is truly deserving of a production!”

(Morey Norkin, Playwright)

“Hats off to Rachel for writing this great play in just one day. It reflects the story perfectly. Gritty and at times darkly funny, this play gives a respectful nod to the film Withnail and I. Putting two contrasting writers and personalities in a confined space and wait for a miracle is a tall order, do they succeed? The twist at the end caught me somewhat by surprise too. A great piece of which to have a lot of fun staging.”

(Christopher Plumridge, Playwright)

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Licensing Information:

Fees dependant on expected audience size.

100 and under – £25 per performance

101-200 – £30 per performance

 201-300 – £40 per performance

 301 – 400 – £55 per performance

 501+ – £75 per performance

Live Stream -£20

 

Online Posting – £20

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Licensing Information:

Fees dependant on expected audience size.

100 and under – £25 per performance

101-200 – £30 per performance

 201-300 – £40 per performance

 301 – 400 – £55 per performance

 501+ – £75 per performance

Live Stream -£20

 

Online Posting – £20

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"It's Utterly Panto"

"It's Utterly Panto" was written as my attempt to write a traditional Pantomime with a twist!

Genre: Pantomime

Timing: 2-2hrs 30mins

Synopsis:

Pantomime Land finds itself in peril when the fairy stories they are based on are stolen by the evil Reality. So when Cinderella accuses Prince Charming of stalking her and Alice won’t follow the White Rabbit due to Stranger Danger there is only one thing to do. An unlikely group undertake a perilous to rescue the fairy stories and restore Pantomimes to their former glory.

Cast:

4m

9w

2 either m/f

4-10 - Chorus

Productions History:

February 2014 - Production by Carnon Downs Drama Group, Cornwall.

Recommendations:

“Oh man. Panto stories are so much fun. The evil Reality steals (and edits!) a bunch of classic fairy tales, and Madame Storyteller and her friends have to confront him and set things right. The rewrites were a lot of fun and made some pretty good points (Cinderella DID only just meet the Prince - can that really be love? Following a stranger IS a very bad choice and maybe Alice should forget about that rabbit. The Genie DOES deserve benefits from their employer, etc.) This is some great fun, with songs and a happy ending to boot!”

(Lisa Dellagiarino-Feriend, Playwright)

“An enchanting collection of quirky characters. While Madame Storyteller delights in fairytales, pantomimes and happy endings, the evil villain, Reality, doesn’t. In fact, he’s determined to rewrite all the happy endings that Madame Storyteller has worked so hard to preserve. A fast-moving, attention grabbing play, sure to delight young audiences."

(Deb Meyer, Playwright)

Poster from Carnon Downs Production

February 2015

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Production Pictures from Carnon Downs Production

February 2015

"Suffocating"

Suffocating was the first play I ever wrote in March 2008 and is a hard hitting, dark play.

CONTENT WARNING - Swearing, Drug use, Prositution, Sexual Abuse and Violence

Genre: Drama

Timing: 1 Hour

Synopsis:

This is the story of Charlotte, a young girl who was sold by her mother to fund her drug habit and proceeded down a dark path of prostitution resulting in the eventual murder of her captor.

Cast:11m & 6w (Doubling Up is possible)

Productions History:

March 2009 -  Performed as a Bursary Awarded Student Production at Liverpool Hope University (Recorded and Posted on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7efOHOVdUh4)

Recommendations:

“Wow! I have read a few pieces of this prolific authors work, this play goes way beyond in both content and quality. Dare I say this is Rachel's true vocation? In SUFFOCATING she tells the harrowing, gut wrenching story of the desperate plight of Charlotte as she's sold into a life of prostitution. Staged in one long, flowing scene, in a series of monologues and dialogues, this would be both visually gripping and uncomfortable in equal measure. I'm very keen to direct this play, A story which sadly still happens across the world and needs to be told! Incredible.”

(Christopher Plumridge, Playwright)

“A harrowing and haunting story of one character's life, vividly told in a short play. That is a real achievement. The detail in the story draws you in, while the play hits all the right beats. Great job!”

(Ross Tedford Kendall, Playwright)

“Blunt, horrifying, and emotionally devastating. A tour de force for the four women playing Charlotte, the central character, and for the director lucky enough to be able to stage this theatrical, moving, and heartbreaking gem.”

(Doug DeVita, Playwright)

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Licensing Information:

Fees dependant on expected audience size.

100 and under – £25 per performance

101-200 – £30 per performance

 201-300 – £40 per performance

 301 – 400 – £55 per performance

 501+ – £75 per performance

Live Stream -£20

 

Online Posting – £20

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"Fragile Minds"

"Fragile Minds" is a family comedy/farce that offers a fast paced glimpse into one chaotic evening.

Genre: Comedy/Farce

Timing: 1hour 45mins

Synopsis:

James was nervous enough about meeting his fiancé’s family. When she then drops the bombshell that they have to pretend they’ve only just met (along with many other charades) to protect her sister’s psychological state, things slowly descend into chaos.

Cast: 8m & 5w (Doubling up is Possible)

Productions History:

Recommendations:

“James doesn't know what he's in for. Susan's effort to put the room in balance throws the room off balance. What Susan and her family don't know is that their dynamic may not be helpful to themselves. And this Preston Sturges-level farce complete with physical humor begins. What Rachel Feeny-Williams has done is create a vehicle to unpack the trauma change, heartbreak, secrets (kept, revealed) can have on us and the risks we'll take to avoid them. Susan has kept her family secret from James, but Sue and Lu are the heart of the play. Perfect build up to chaos.”

(Ricardo Soltero-Brown, Playwright)

“A combination of classic drawing-room comedy and British farce, Rachel Feeny-Williams crafts a very funny piece in FRAGILE MINDS that is fueled by the circumstances only family disfunction can provide. The play leads you through some interesting family dynamics down a long and winding road exploring what it means to love and be loved by nuclear family - as well as those you choose to include. A few twists and turns bring us to a satisfying conclusion where happiness is based on building honest and open relationships. This sweet play has something for everyone. Well done!”

(Mike Byham, Playwright)

“This play will lure you into a false sense of security! It begins as your typical kitchen sink drama, with a nervous woman preparing the house for the arrival of visiting family. As it turns out, she really did have something to be nervous about! The playwright drops plenty of little grenades, any of which could go off at any moment, leading to a tense but humorous family farce. The ensemble does their best to protect the "fragile mind" of the baby of the family, only to reveal their own challenges and fragility in the process!”

(Aly Kantor, Playwright)

“What is it about families? The people we should be most honest with can be the people we construct the most elaborate lies for. Is it to protect them? Or ourselves? That's the situation Rachel Feeny-Williams explores in FRAGILE MINDS in which a family constructs an entire ecosystem of untruth on a foundation of a bigger untruth. The contortions the family members put themselves through to sustain this impossible construct is alternately hilarious and painful. A rich potential vehicle for an ensemble theatre which successfully maintains many strains at once, but all to a palpable and resonant effect.”

(Kerr Lockhart, Playwright)

Licensing Information:

Fees dependant on expected audience size.

100 and under – £25 per performance

101-200 – £30 per performance

 201-300 – £40 per performance

 301 – 400 – £55 per performance

 501+ – £75 per performance

Live Stream -£20

 

Online Posting – £20

"Memory"

Memory was the first in a trio of crime/drama plays about the same collective of detectives.

CONTENT WARNING - Swearing, Violence and Death.

Genre: Crime/Drama

Timing: 1hour 30mins

Synopsis:

DS Hale is on the trail of the most evasive serial killer of her career with no leads. Will Amelia, the woman with the mind of a child be able to open doors? It’s a race against time to unlock her memories.

Cast: 8m & 3w

Productions History:

Recommendations:

“The end of this show carries a sudden and new tension for me, the kind that can spawn future entries in a detective series after a prodigy of sorts is revealed. It's a nice refutation of the original sexist point a character makes. Feeny-Williams writes well and often, putting out shorts faster than I could ever dream of. Here she showcases her skills at a longer format. One recommendation says she'd be great at television writing. On a similar note, I'd love to spend a night at the theatre filled with her detective works.”

(Jarred Corona, Playwright)

“I am convinced Rachel Feeny-Williams should be writing for television series. The ideas are endless and the way the clues unfold in this story, it’s brilliant. Rachel will write the next great detective series! I predict it here!”

(Jacquelyn Floyd-Priskorn, Playwright)

“Rachel Feeny-Williams has expanded her fascinating deep dive into anamnesis and crime scene investigation into a fuller, more detailed one act play, adding some heartbreaking background details as well as a few key characters, and it is just as exciting and provocative as her earlier 10-minute, leaving the reader (and/or audience member) sated – which is pretty much what a good police procedural should do. Good show!”

(Doug DeVita, Playwright)

“A fun retelling of Scrooge and A Christmas Carol. Highlighted are Feeny-Williams' voice and vision in the dialogue as well as efficient staging. Strongly recommended for December programming.”

(Wolfgang Jones, Playwright)

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Licensing Information:

Fees dependant on expected audience size.

100 and under – £25 per performance

101-200 – £30 per performance

 201-300 – £40 per performance

 301 – 400 – £55 per performance

 501+ – £75 per performance

Live Stream -£20

 

Online Posting – £20

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