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I had two pieces about baseball featured in this year’s New York edition of “Gone in 60 Seconds,” a one-minute play festival that took place at Brooklyn College in June 2012.
Here’s “Sunset in North Dakota,” a condensed version of a longer script first performed at No Shame Theatre in Roanoke, Va.
You can find still photos from both “Sunset in North Dakota” and “The Uniform” in this previous post.
I had two pieces in this year’s New York edition of the “Gone in 60 Seconds” Festival of one-minute plays, produced June 8-9 at Brooklyn College.
Both dealt with baseball.
“Sunset in North Dakota” dealt with two minor leaguers in that Midwestern state, one seeing his career setting along with the sun — the other seeing only a short right-field fence. It’s a cutting from a longer version I did at No Shame Theatre in Roanoke, Va. in summer 2011.
“The Uniform” is also bittersweet. A baseball coach is at the first practice after cuts, watching his team run laps, when he notices a kid that didn’t make the team running as well. When the coach calls him over, he discovers a misunderstanding. The coach had said he didn’t have a uniform for the player; the player took that literally and made his own.
The festival plans to post video later this summer.