How You Kiss Me Is Not How I Like To Be Kissed

Author: Dan Giles

How You Kiss Me Is Not How I Like To Be Kissed

Description: A romantic comedy for people who can't stand romantic comedies, the play follows a love story unlike any other (but just like every other) from first kiss to last goodbye.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2015
Date Added: 10/25/2015
Content Advisory: some swearing, discussion of sex
1 Act, 50 Minutes
1 Female, 1 Male

NOTE: How You Kiss Me Is Not How I Like To Be Kissed is fully protected by copyright law and is subject to royalty. All inquiries concerning production, publication, reprinting or use of this play in any form should be addressed to Dan at djgiles47 [at] gmail.com.

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Keywords: Characters are Mostly Young Adults · Comedy · Drama · Feminism · Gender and Sexuality · Politics · Romance · Sex · Small Cast Size · Social Issues

This play is in the following collections: FringeNYC 2015

Original Production Information

How You Kiss Me Is Not How I Like To Be Kissed opened at the New York International Fringe Festival on August 15, 2015. It was produced by Eleanor Regan, with original music by Gus Ruchman, movement by Mariel Pettee, and musical accompaniment by Cynthia Meng and Daniel Erickson. It was directed by Dan Giles.

X…… Olivia Lemmon
Y……. Jacob Brandt

Icon design by Mariel Pettee