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Two Beers and a Hook Shot

Two Beers and a Hook Shot

By Kent R. Brown.

Product Code: T76000

  • One-act Play
  • Cast size: 2m.

Rights and availability
This title can be licensed and sold throughout the World.

* Please note the royalty rate listed is the minimum royalty rate per performance. The actual royalty rate will be determined upon completion of a royalty application.

$8.95 /script

Min. Royalty Rate: $35/perf

In stock

Synopsis

It is early in the morning when young Randy, dribbling a basketball and playing rock 'n roll on his jam box, saunters confidently onto a deserted playground. He is soon joined by his father, Dexter, who has come to play one last game before Randy boards the bus and tests his independence for the first time. But this is not a joyful farewell. An undercurrent of tension has plagued both men since Randy's mother left the house months before. Dexter's efforts to postpone his son's departure by telling jokes and recounting his past athletic glories fail to distract Randy, who wants to play the game and get on with his life. As the competition escalates, passions flare into a one-on-one generational war fueled by years of family friction. Dexter tries to explain the intricate nature of marriage and the stresses of living in an adult world. At the end of the game Randy leaves for adventures and places unknown, but he and his father emerge with a richer understanding of each other and life's complexities.

Details

  • Status

    In stock

  • Type of Show One-act Play
  • Product Code T76000
  • Cast Size 2
  • Min. Royalty Rate $35/perf
  • Cost $8.95
  • Approx. Run Time 45 min

Categories

  • ISBN(13) 9781583421321
* Please note the royalty rate listed is the minimum royalty rate per performance. The actual royalty rate will be determined upon completion of a royalty application.

Media Reviews

"[Kent Brown's ]...emotions are crisp; without a false moment, he makes us care about both characters." -Lansing State Journal