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Read my one-scene play "Settling Up" at Scene4

The theatre magazine Scene4 published my one-scene play "Settling Up" this morning, and you can read it at the link below.

It's five pages of dialogue and probably a three-minute read.

A one-scene play is a terrific discipline, because you still have to tell a complete story from start to finish.


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