One Acts
Baker's Dozen

In this funny and sentimental story of the bond between two brothers, Jeffy recounts "the summer when I learned not to take things for granted". In 1960, his thirteenth summer is wrapped up with dreams of his getting a color television and writing in his log. Then amid all the horseplay between him and James, an accident almost cripples his older brother. This tender and funny play celebrates the love of a family and is just right for all audiences.

1 Interior 3m 3w

Published by Dramatic Publishing.

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