Drama/ 4 characters/ 2 men, 2 women/ Full Length, Two Acts
Synopsis: The lives of a young journalism student and his wife are threatened after he discovers a file left behind in a security-box. Stolen from the Dallas Police Department 10 years earlier by his father, a policeman, and placed in the security box just before his father’s unexpected death, the file contains the names and testimony of people who saw others besides Lee Harvey Oswald involved in the murder of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963.
“Contains the elements of increasing suspense, quick moving dialogue and an ending
that comes as a shocker. . .” – The State
Amateur and professional rights:
Dr. Dorothy Dodge Robbins
School of Literature and Language
Louisiana Tech University
Ruston, LA 71272
About the Playwright: Kenneth Robbins is an award-winning novelist and playwright, living in Ruston, Louisiana, where he teaches in the Honors Program of Louisiana Tech University while being mostly retired as Professor Emeritus. He is the author of six published novels, twenty-nine published plays, and numerous stories, poems, memoirs, and essays and has been produced extensively throughout the US, Canada, Japan, and Denmark.
The Dallas File was first produced by the Cape Players, Cape Coral, Fl. in May 1978.