“Softball Is Life” has third staged reading

Me, with the cast.

Me, with the cast.

My script SOFTBALL IS LIFE had its third staged reading on July 11, 2016 — this time by Endstation Theatre in Lynchburg, Virginia. It went fantastically.

SOFTBALL IS LIFE
A sports play for women that isn’t really about sports. A former high school softball star sits in prison, estranged from her 14-year-old daughter, who has inherited the woman’s talent for pitching but doesn’t realize it. While the mom tries to contact her daughter, the girl spends her time trying to avoid a dangerous situation in the home where she’s living. Cast: Eight — Four females (one to play a teenage girl), three males, one non-gender.
* Staged reading at Showtimers, Roanoke, Virginia, Jan. 4, 2014.
* Staged reading at Sundog Theatre, New York, NY, October 2015.
* Staged reading at Endstation Theatre, Lynchburg, Virginia, July 11, 2016.

Here are some photos:

Here's some of the audience taking seats. This was in the theatre at Randolph College.

Here’s some of the audience taking seats. This was in the theatre at Randolph College.

Director Walter Kmiec Jr. gives the curtain speech.

Director Walter Kmiec Jr. gives the curtain speech.

The reading.

The reading.

More reading.

More reading.

Wild applause for the playwright. Seriously.

Wild applause for the playwright. Seriously.

Poster for the whole reading series.

Poster for the whole reading series.

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