Craig Pospisil


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A Comic Fantasy
by Craig Pospisil

Full-length, Comedy

Dylan is comfortable with his insular life, working at an insurance company and living with his wheelchair-bound aunt. Then he meets Chris, a young woman of boundless energy, on a quest to gather what magic may remain at the eight Poles of Inaccessibility, the world’s most remote places. Dylan and Chris circle the globe on an epic journey of discovery, comedy, danger, and romance.

“Pospisil’s work advocates for the human spirit of exploration and the unbreakable bonds that form in the face of adversity. It celebrates the resilience of individuals and the indomitable quest for discovery.”
—The Pitch

Cast of Characters (5-15 Actors)
MOM — Dylan’s mother
DAD — Dylan’s father

DYLAN — Our hero
AUNT PAT — Dylan’s partially paralyzed aunt
JO — Dylan’s co-worker
CHRIS — Our heroine
JIMI — A Native American police officer
SASHA — The captain of a Russian icebreaker
MISHA — The first mate on the icebreaker
WEI — An Asian waiter in a soup shop in western China
RENE — An African hotel concierge in the Central African Republic
AVERY — Owns a car rental agency in Australia
ALEX — A young woman
AN OLD SPANISH EXPLORER** — An old Spanish explorer
AN OLD RUSSIAN LEADER** — An old Russian leader
DOCK WORKER — A Spanish-speaking worker in South America


Craig Pospisil

CRAIG POSPISIL is an award-winning playwright, a filmmaker and essayist. He is the author MONTHS ON END, SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN, THE DUNES, LIFE IS SHORT, and CHOOSING SIDES, all published by Dramatists Play Service. His works in progress include THE POLES OF INACCESSIBILITY and WATER/MUSIC. He is a six-time Heideman Award finalist and received the Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival’s award for Excellence in Playwriting. MONTHS ON END had its world premiere at the Purple Rose Theater Company and has been produced around the country, as well as in Australia and Hong Kong. Craig adapted and directed the first scene from MONTHS as a short film called JANUARY, which was accepted into over a dozen film festivals, including the Berkshire International Film Festival, Big Apple Film Festival, and Cayman International Film Festival. SOMEWHERE IN BETWEEN premiered at Detroit Repertory Theater and went on to more than...[FULL BIO]