“Ye and Truly: The History of Rock’n’Roll”

Notice the Rolling Stones sweatshirt. There's a reason why my son is named Keith.

I performed this piece at the very first No Shame Theatre in Roanoke, Virginia — in October 2003.

I quickly realized it was better to have others perform my work so I could watch and critique it.

That’s my wife, Trina, and my son, Keith. I hadn’t planned for him to have a part, but he saw me rehearsing and talked his way into it, so I re-wrote the ending to give him the punchline.

It’s not one of my best pieces, but it was fun to do and helped inaugurate No Shame in Roanoke.

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