A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Life of Walt Disney
By: Lucas Hnath (author)Paperback
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Lucas Hnath's drama centres on the reading, in a generic corporate conference room, of a stylized screenplay written by the great man himself, in the ultimate act of self-mythologizing. It's being read by the people it's about - Walt himself, his brother/henchman Roy, and Walt's resentful daughter and her ex-jock husband. It recounts Walt's last days on earth. It's about a city he's going to build that's going to change the world. And it's about his brother. It's about everyone who loves him, and how sad they're going to be when he's gone. Can Walt control the future from the grave? Why does his daughter hate him so much? Stay tuned...
Lucas Hnath is a resident playwright at New Dramatists and his plays have been produced at Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Culture Project, Ontological-Hysteric Theater, Ensemble Studio Theatre, and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.
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