Last fall, we shared an interview with New York-based writer and actor, Paden Fallis. He was in the midst of preparing for a run of his second original one-man play, Dark at the End of the Tunnel, as part of the United Solo Festival in NYC.
Paden’s first original piece, The Play About the Coach, convincingly creates an entire NCAA basketball game from the coach’s point of view—no mean feat for a single performer. The play received critical acclaim for its commissioned run at Dallas’ Out of the Loop Festival, as well as the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and workshop runs at The Tank and The Peoples Improv Theatre (PIT) in New York. It will play the DC Fringe Festival in July.
A full New York production is the next step for this unique piece, which appeals to theatre and sports fans alike—in itself is a bit of a rarity. To begin raising the substantial funds required for a full New York production, Fallis has setup a Kickstarter campaign, with the realistic goal of $6000.
As with any Kickstarter, the complete goal must be reached in order to fund the project. We hope you’ll consider supporting this unique production.
Check out the video below and pledge your support now through March 31, 2012.