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About the author:
Lawrence Kelly has divided his time between the arts and education. He attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Dowling College, Teachers College/Columbia University and the Bank Street College of Education. He holds A.O.S, B.S., M.S. and M.Ed. degrees. He was the General Manager of Steve McGraw's Cabaret Theater in New York, responsible for such hits as Forbidden Broadway, Forever Plaid and A Couple of Blaguards. After many years as an English and Drama teacher, he currently is a High School Supervisor for the Alternate Learning Center, a program for at-risk students in New York City. He lives with his wife on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. He has two grown daughters. He spends his summer vacation in Rockport, Massachusetts.


Authored by Lawrence Kelly

Critically acclaimed two act play about the 1919 Black Sox scandal. The young boy looked up at his hero and pleaded, "Say it ain't so, Joe." But it was so, back in 1919 when the White Sox threw the World Series and the nation shook with scandal. The innocence of America was lost in the locker room, on the diamond and in a seedy hotel. This riveting drama will fascinate you with its answers to the greater questions of temptation.
Why did they do it? And at what price?

Publication Date:
1453840117 / 9781453840115
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Drama / American

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