20-minute play in an Absurdist style.
This one was intended to stand by itself but now I'll think it could go into my next work. Definitely needs some changes made, but I don't mind this how it is.
A number of moments in the play come from other works. John Marsden's "keep on going 'till it all stops flowing" in Letters from the Inside was definitely an inspiration for "fill the space with meaningful words". Zoo Story (Edward Albee), Krapp's Last Tape (Samual Beckett) and Waiting for Godot (Beckett as well) make an appearance, if only slightly. Certainly, Beckett's work has impacted the kind of voice and presentation I have in the play. The Nursery Rhymes and role play come from playbuilding techniques, though of course the characters aren't devising something with a theme.
Apparently someone has taken parts of this and claimed it as his own, so I must be doing something right. I don't know if anyone would perform this so there's no Creative Commons on this, but if you do, message me about it?