Pygmalion and his Galatea
by Thomas Cruden
Short Play, Comedy / 3m, 4f
Pygmalion, a starving young Grecian sculptor, is relaxing from his labours with his model Cleo and the playwright Adonis. He should be gay but more than half his mind and heart are with his statue Galatea.
- Mild Adult Themes
- Minimum Fee: £30 per performance plus VAT when applicable.
- Time Period: Greek; Roman & Biblical
- Setting: A Studio
- Features / Contains: Fantasy Costumes, Period Costumes
Adonis: elegant; 25
Phobus: hen-pecked; middle-aged
Cleo: gay, sophisticated; about 20
Medea: dignified; middle-aged
Iris: demure; 18
Galatea: masterful; about 25