Notice of Default and Opportunity to Cure

Author: John Clancy

Notice of Default and Opportunity to Cure

Description: A monologue about the role of money in our lives and the price or "worth" of art in the world.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2000
Date Added: 1/9/2012
Content Advisory: Some strong language
1 Act, 65 Minutes
0 Females, 1 Male

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Keywords: Art and Artists · Behind the Scenes · Documentary · The Theatre

Original Production Information

Notice of Default and Opportunity to Cure premiered at The Theatorium in New York City in March of 2000. It was produced by The Present Company, directed and designed by Nancy Walsh and performed by John Clancy. It was inspired and made possible by Brookshire Equities, Ltd, the landlords of The Theatorium and their decision to serve papers on The Present Company in an attempt to evict the company from The Theatorium. The play was written in the three months between the serving of the papers and the court date given to the plaintiffs.