Friday, February 12, 2021
All readings begin promptly at 7:30 p.m.
"As We Sow" by Grant Gelvin
As a pandemic rages, the trajectories of two gray-haired women collide, with dire results for one of them.
"Rainbow Echoes" by Steve Heyl
A 20-something gay influencer doing an LGBT Pride show suddenly finds himself transported back to 1979.
"Satisfaction" by Jean Seager
Jack shows up for a Rolling Stones concert that has been cancelled due to the pandemic. He meets Terrence, a security guard. The two enter the stadium and the magic begins.
About the Authors...
GRANT GELVIN writes for stage and screen. His seminal works include the epic dinner theater production NIGHT STAGE TO BIG SHAFT — A WESTERN MURDER MYSTERY WITH MUSIC and the film short TO HAVE AND TO HOLD about an AI vibrator which doesn’t want to be left home. When people were still doing those kinds of things, he also directed.
STEVE HEYL is a tech geek by day and writes to exercise the other side of his brain. He wrote and performed a solo show at San Diego Fringe in 2017. He is an occasional performer with
Comedy Heights. He created a short film based on one of his standup comedy routines.
A native Californian, JEAN SEAGER has been writing plays for the past three years as a member of the “Around the Block” writing group of the Playwrights Project. She received an Honorable Mention in the 2018 Scripteasers Short Play contest, a Judge’s Award in the 2019 contest and was a finalist in the 2019 San Diego Center for Jewish Culture Five-Minute Play Festival. A published author of short stories in both online and print magazines, she has completed a short story collection about Jewish immigrants to
America in the early twentieth century.
Moderator: Marc Biagi
Zoom URL: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83888828526