Bruce A! Kraemer

Bruce A! Kraemer

Bruce A! Kraemer (playwright) wrote what do you mean which played at 59e59 Theaters and in the 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. His Identity Paper was in the 2016 United Solo Festival and he co-wrote Kafka’s Belinda which played in the 2015 Prague Fringe Festival and was nominated for an Inspiration Award.

Plays

  • Love The One You're With
    Mitch and Hope wake up in a strange dream-like place. They do not know each other, but discover that they have an important connection.
  • Whodunit
    A short whodunit in the classic film noir style. Blake, a Sam Spade type private detective wakes up on the floor of his office as Angel, his secretary, introduces Cece, a new client. Cece wants Blake prove she didn't kill the victim, except she says she did kill him. Dylan, a police detective, wants to arrest our hero for the crime. Mystery ensues.
  • Yearn
    Yearn is a short play about looking for love and completely misreading someone's intentions. A woman walks into a very old bar where she is a regular and chats with the bartender while looking for the man she loves, who she has only seen once. Who is that strangely dressed women on the bathroom?
  • what do you mean
    Chris Oakmont gets a script accepted to a play festival, except he hasn’t written one yet. We find him onstage, typing frantically as the real theatre people instruct him in how it’s done. “what do you mean is a quintessentially fringe play – a play on the fringe of itself, poking a stick at its own essential process and offering us an informative, darkly comic take on the process of theatre.” Paul Levy,...
    Chris Oakmont gets a script accepted to a play festival, except he hasn’t written one yet. We find him onstage, typing frantically as the real theatre people instruct him in how it’s done. “what do you mean is a quintessentially fringe play – a play on the fringe of itself, poking a stick at its own essential process and offering us an informative, darkly comic take on the process of theatre.” Paul Levy, FringeReview. Any part may be cast as any gender or race.