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|Posted: Wed Apr 25th, 2007 10:50 pm||
|Okay. I'll toot my own bugle here.
My short war play, TRUE BLUE is gaining productions around the U.S. The next production will be by Theatre for a New Millennium, May 3-4, at Shawnee State University, in Portsmouth, Ohio.
TRUE BLUE is a fable of two soldiers guarding a neutral zone as a savage war swirls around them. In their cabin, set squarely on the border, Fred, from the earthy Green army and his friendly opposite, Blue Blood Jeffrey, have created their own little peaceful society of sorts. All will change with Jeffrey’s tour of duty ending today. Jeffrey’s relief at the prospect of going home and to his self-centered life of leisure is short-lived, when Fred turns the tables, forcing him to understand the world from a different point of view.
Here are links to a couple of reviews from previous productions:
'Blitz' explores relationships from 3 angles | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Single Carrot Debuts with Winning Short Play Fest (baltimore.broadwayworld.com)