Sometimes life imitates art. Sometimes art imitates life. This is a more or less true account of an incident that happened at home when my wife asked me to hand her the cheese grater.
She wasn’t amused. Fortunately, the audience at the Gone in 60 Seconds Festival of one-minute scripts at Brooklyn College in New York was.
Here’s “Great the Cheese!” in June 2008.
Gone in 60 Seconds Festival, Great the Cheese, one-minute play, one-minute script
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