This one-man show was commissioned by Pickle Pea Walks to take tourists on a tour of the neighborhood around the White House. Their tour guide: the youngest son of Theodore Roosevelt, Quentin. On the eve of his departure for World War I, he shares tales of his days in the White House with his pals known as the White House Gang.
This play is performed every weekend outside the White House.
Off-Off-Broadway: Samuel Beckett Theatre, NYC Regional: The Complex, The Actor’s Gym, Hollywood Theatre of NOTE, Los Angeles University: Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa Published: The Pawn Review, Austin, Texas
Man With No Shadow Comedy 45 minutes 2f, 4m
A successful 1950's radio western is moving to television, but without its lead actor. He doesn't look like his voice. The play recreates the golden age of radio drama...along with a healthy dose of backstage drama. It's inspired by the true story of "Gunsmoke" - how William Conrad lost Marshal Dillon to James Arness. But what if the Marshal fought back?
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