Synopsis: A frustrated writer interacts with the characters from her romance novel series in order to overcome her writer’s block. After jumping over that hurdle, the characters decide that it’s time for their writer to move on to other genres. In the final act, the writer determines her destiny and, with the help of her characters, grows beyond herself.
The Paradise Lust Romance was originally written and developed as a short radio play in the Radio and Television Arts Program at Ryerson University in 1994/1995 by Julianne Grenkie(-Ouderkirk), Natalie Lauzon, Regan W. H. Macaulay, and Judy Singh. It was then produced as a one-act play entitled Paradise Lust in April 1995 by Triple Take Productions at Damned Straight Studios in Toronto, Ontario.
Regan W. H. Macaulay and Judy Singh wrote and developed the second act, entitled Lord of the Flings, in 1999/2000. Regan W. H. Macaulay and R.J. Downes wrote and developed the third act shortly after that. In 2002, the first full-length version of The Paradise Lust Romance Series (all three acts - which can also be presented as three separate acts, or “episodes”) was produced by Triple Take Productions at the Drama Workshop in Toronto, Ontario, May/June 2002.
Regan W. H. Macaulay wrote and revised this current draft (completed in 2009).
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