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Photos of “The Picture Window” in San Diego

My 10-minute play THE PICTURE WINDOW was produced Sept. 30, Oct. 1-2, 2016 in the North Park Playwrights Festival in San Diego. Here are three photos:

The ghost of Bert looks on as his widow, Sally, interacts with a visiting nurse.

The ghost of Bert looks on as his widow, Sally, interacts with a visiting nurse.

Those are Bert's ashes scattered on the floor. The urn containing them was knocked to the floor by a baseball that came crashing through the window.

Those are Bert’s ashes scattered on the floor. The urn containing them was knocked to the floor by a baseball that came crashing through the window.

Bert left instructions that whoever was the first to knock a baseball through the picture window would win a scholarship to his alma mater.

Bert left instructions that whoever was the first to knock a baseball through the picture window would win a scholarship to his alma mater.

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“The Picture Window” to be produced in San Diego

My ten-minute play THE PICTURE WINDOW will be produced in San Diego at the annual North Park Playwright Festival. Show dates are Sept. 30, Oct. 1, October 2.

This will be the second time I’ve had my work featured in that festival.

THE PICTURE WINDOW
An old woman’s front window is shattered by a baseball. For her, it’s time to go get the instructions her late husband left her. There’s something special waiting for the kid who could hit a baseball that far. A poignant story about old age and regrets – and baseball. Cast: Three – one male, two females.

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