I’m working on the concept for a new piece, for the playwright’s cabaret. This year they are accepting 30 minute pieces, which is a lot more room to explore an idea, much more than the usual 10 minutes. So, I’m going to enter a 30 minute script. I’m pretty sure that it’s going to be a group of four people doing a final walk-through of the crime they’re about to commit. They’re going to rob a minor celebrity who will be carrying a large chunk of money from an illegal poker game. Several, if not all, of the robbers, have personal reasons for wanting to harm the celeb. It will be a dramatic mood, with one comedic break in there during the reenactment. Hopefully this will have the legs to go a full 30 minutes without losing its impact.