Yes, Broadway is closed, but there’s lots of time for casting, learning of lines, and individual rehearsing.
Homeschooling, a story in 8 tiny acts, by Kevin Van Valkenburg, Senior ESPN writer.
-Ok seriously let’s focus now
-Um … let dad look that up
-You’re grouping numbers why?
-Sit in your chair please
-Do you talk to your teacher this way?
-I HAVE A CALL. HERE IS A SNACK
-It looks close enough to right
The Haircut, A comedy in one act, by one of my more talented siblings.
Setting: Two adults sitting at kitchen counter eating french toast and bacon.
In-law: Want to cut my hair?
Sib: Absolutely not. Do I look that stupid?
Call it nepotism, but if I’m funding one of these, it’s “The Haircut”. The last line, “Maybe.” is pure genius. A bold, compelling, humorous, utterly shocking twist that no one will anticipate.
My Karen and I laugh about the sib’s one-act play on a daily basis – and when I say “laugh” I mean “uproariously”.