Photos from “Fishing for Men” in the Gone in 60 Seconds Festival
Sunny approaches Brooder at river’s edge, and asks what he’s doing. Brooder says he’s fishing . . .
My dark piece “Fishing for Men” was produced in the Gone in 60 Seconds Festival in New York on June 7-8, 2013.
Here are some photos, courtesy of Rose Bonczek. That’s Chris Donovan at left as “Sunny” and Mickey Ryan at right as “Brooder.”
The pictures tell the story — although if you want the synopsis, it’s here.
I also had three scripts done in the U.K. version of the same festival; details on that here with a rehearsal photo from England here.
Umm, fishing for men, that is.
Uh, yeah . . .
And lest we not forget those behind the scenes — and out in the rain!
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