I have written a book for teachers based on two characters that I would like to turn into a 2 act play. If you have any interest in helping me achieve this, please contact me for further discussion.
The book is only 80 pages. I think it is a a two act play. It is a conversation between a pre-service student and a university professor. The professor is giving lesson to the student about teaching ..The themes are as follows: Mission, Vision, Expectation,Caring,Commitment,Respect,Observation,Cultural Awareness, Balance, Team-Building, Growth and Knowledge. I wrote it so at some point it would lend itself to a play. My undergrad is Theatre.
It is published by Corwin Press (a education publisher) You can find it on Amazon. I have some flexibility from a time perspective. I would like to produce it by early 2013. You can reach me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, Victor, that could be a two-act play. But it sounds much better as an instructional video than as a play--perhaps a set of 12 short teaching videos--if you can add appealing graphics, animation, things-to-point-at, live examples, action, a good presenter, etc.
Basically, it's a didactic work. Converting it for the stage would give you only a didactic, "talking heads" play--no theatrical elan. A documentary would have twenty+ times the impact of a stage work. More people would see a video: YouTube or other sites would give it huge exposure with relatively little effort, other than producing the master DVD. Or you can post a sample video on your own blog or other interactive website, and market the DVD.