Interview With John Wilkes Booth

Below you will find the results of my having challenged myself for a number of days to write a short story with a beginning and middle and an end inside of 30 minutes. Here is what I came up with. I hope you like it.

“Mr, Wilkes Booth, how to plan on following up your tremendous success portraying Duke Pescara in “The Apostate?”

“Oh, just you wait, asshole!”

One thought on “Interview With John Wilkes Booth

  1. The Apostate performance was impeccable as was the Ford Theater performance up until that illadvised stunt jump from box seats. I mean I’m all for breaking the 4th wall but you’ve got to make your landings. Especially after all the spectacular special effects with the gun and blood packs leading up to that. I do think theater that relies on such gimmick special effects will be the death of live theater. Somebody’s going to get hurt.


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