George Freek

George Freek’s plays have been produced by many college and amateur theaters,, as well as professional theatres such as the Milwaukee Repertory Theater, the Changing Scene in Denver, the Organic Theater in Chicago and international theatres.

He has received grants from the Illinois Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts — the latter for a Residency at the New American Theater in Rockford, Illinois — and has also enjoyed residencies at Southern Methodist University and Southern Illinois University.  His play THE CELLAR had an Off Broadway production in June 2018.

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  • The Hypochondriac

    by George Freek
    • 45 to 60 minutes
    • 7 Males. 4 Females Max 11 Min 11 (Doubling Possible)

    Simple Props, Simple Set

    A one-act, satirical caricature on the practice of medicine, Human nature is revealed and pilloried in this comedy which skillfully skewers the medical profession, a narcissistic patient, and his conniving wife. The Hypochondriac (also known as The Imaginary Invalid) is as germane today as it was in Moliere’s France.

    Easy to produce on stage or in a classroom as reader’s theater. (We have special copying rates for classroom use.)

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  • Reverse Hamlet

    by George Freek
    • 45 Minutes
    • 5 Males/2 Females

    Is Hamlet all that he pretends to be? Did he really see his father’s ghost? Critics for years have argued about how to interpret Shakespeare’s Hamlet. This one-act spoof by George Freek suggests some rather unusual answers. The dialogue comically mixes Shakespearean quotes and phrases with contemporary expressions.


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