Happy Opening Day to those who celebrate, and Let’s Go Red Sox!
If you know me, you know that I’m crazy about baseball. I’m the kind of Sox fan that wants his aquamated remains spread from off the top of the Green Monster.
I’ve been waiting for today since last October. Well, since last July, really. I knew we were done last year the moment Chris Sale’s finger was broken by a comebacker.
So, in honor of the occasion, I’m offering the Kindle Editions of two of my ten-minute plays, The Boys of Spring And Fall and Pink Hat Blues for free (normally $2.99 each) today only on Amazon. Grab ’em before midnight.
All I ask in return is that if you like it, please leave a review.
And hey, if you want to perform these pieces, shoot me an e-mail.
(1M, 1F): A quirky comedy about baseball, fanaticism and what it *really* means to root for the home team.
Pink Hat Blues premiered on August 14th, 2011 as a part of Theatre Unleashed‘s 24-Hour Theatre Festival, Planes, Trains & Automobiles. It featured Liesl Jackson as Miri and David Orosz as Seth. Directed by David Chrzanowski. Stage Manager Erin Scott.
(2 M): As top prospect Luke Summers prepares to make his major league debut, a chance encounter with one of his idols puts his first day in The Show in a sobering perspective. A dramatic scene for two men inspired by Field of Dreams.
The Boys of Spring and Fall premiered on August 29th, 2014 as a part of Theatre Unleashed‘s 24-Hour Theatre Experiment, Hot Summer Nights. It featured Carlos Martinez as Barry and Eric Stachura as Luke. Directed by Josef Knauber. Stage Manager Erin Scott.
Winner – Judge’s Choice, Short+Sweet Hollywood 2017