Fore: A One-Act Comedy

Fore!

Plays aren’t being produced much these days, but they are being published. So here’s my latest, a short comedy about errant parachutists in The Good Life Review.

It’s funny. I promise.

Fore — The Good Life Review

As always, my novel is available here: The Last Island

Comedy: The Driving Habits, Beliefs, and Politics of People Who Own Teslas

Another comedy piece is up at Points in Case. Check it out:

And as always, my novel is available here: The Last Island

Waiting for Vaccine

ACT I

An apartment. A couch.

Evening.

Walt sits on the couch.

Enter Eddie, wearing a face mask.

Eddie tries to take off his face mask. He gives up, exhausted, then tries again

EDDIE:   Nothing to be done.

WALT:   I’m beginning to come around to that opinion. Let me embrace you.

EDDIE:   Six feet!

WALT:   Yes. May one inquire where you’ve been?

EDDIE:   The supermarket.

WALT:   And they beat you?

EDDIE:   Certainly, they beat me.

WALT:   For what?

EDDIE:   I tried to take the last box of oatmeal.

WALT:   You should’ve ordered from Amazon. On the other hand, we should’ve stocked up on dry goods a million years ago, in 2019.

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