"So, I Killed a Few People..."

Author: Gary Rudoren and David Summers

"So, I Killed a Few People..."

Description: A chillingly comic monologue delivered by a convicted serial killer on death row whose final request is to put on a one-man show.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 1998
Date Added: 7/6/2011
Content Advisory: some adult language, one detailed description of a killing, not for children or impressionable teens, no nudity but character sits in an adult diaper for a time
1 Act, 60 Minutes
0 Females, 1 Male

NOTE: "So, I Killed a Few People..." 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 Gary at G7Rudy@aol.com.

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Keywords: Satire/Parody · Single Set · Solo Play

This play is in the following collections: FringeNYC 1997-1999 · Most Popular Plays of 2016

Original Production Information

"So, I Killed a Few People..." was first presented by The Annoyance in 1998 at The Annoyance Theatre, Chicago, with the following cast and credits:

Archie Nunn: David Summers
Voice of Cop: Mark Sutton

Directed by: Gary Ruderman
Production Design: Gary Ruderman

The New York premiere of “So, I Killed a Few People…” was on August 20, 1998, at The Piano Store, part of the New York International Fringe Festival, with the same cast and credits as above.

Additional productions have been at the Cable Car Theater, San Francisco; and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland. The cast and credits have been as above, except in some cases the Voice of Cop was provided by Joe Dempsey.

Martin Sutherland produced “So, I Killed a Few People…” at the 1999 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and at RiverSide Studios in London, England, and throughout the United Kingdom beginning in February 2000 with the original cast and director.