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A DARK SKY FULL OF STARS

A play about a young man, Brandon, who is always in and out of trouble. Until he is shot in the back by a member of his community. Through the perspectives of his family, friends, and girlfriend we learn the circumstances of a young American man's life and how seemingly unrelated events culminate in cutting it short.

Production Notes

Casting this show: All six roles in this play are meant to be performed by female actors.  This show should utilize a multicultural cast.

Here is one suggestion for how to cast the show:

ACTOR 1: Asian-American Female

ACTOR 2: African-American Female

ACTOR 3: Caucasian Female

ACTOR 4: African-American Female

ACTOR 5: Caucasian Female

ACTOR 6: Hispanic Female

Author

Don Zolidis

Don Zolidis holds a B.A. in English from Carleton College and an M.F.A. in playwriting from the Actor’s Studio Program at the New School University. A former high school and middle school theater teacher, for the past decade, he’s been one of the most-produced playwrights in American schools. His more than 125 published plays have been performed over 30,000 times, appearing in every state, every Canadian province, and 67 different countries. His first novel, THE SEVEN TORMENTS OF AMY AND CRAIG (A LOVE STORY) was published in 2018 by Disney-Hyperion. His second book, ... [FULL BIO]