Tag: Dead Man’s Hand
I’m excited to announce that there will be a dramatic reading of my testosterone-fueled poker thriller DEAD MAN’S HAND this week in Seattle with many of Seattle’s finest actors. This life-and-death tale of modern male camaraderie and betrayal is my own Reservoir Dogs.
DEAD MAN’S HAND
A staged screenplay reading of a screenplay by Douglas Horn. Produced by Ronald Leamon.
Performed by: Basil Harris, Rich Morris, Jesse Lee Keeter, Tony Doupe, Michael Patten, Peter Dylan O’Connor, Thomas Brophy, and Brian Desmond.
The screenplay reading is Friday, May 10th at 6:00 PM at the SIFF Cinema at the SIFF Film Center in Seattle Center. (Near the Key Arena, Seattle peeps! NOT the SIFF Cinema Uptown.)
Because Friday is a busy night in Seattle film circles (NWFF Gala, STIFF, etc), it looks like there may still be some availability for this free reading. So I thought I’d open it up to readers of my blog. (And, I suppose anyone who links to the page) to join us. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat. There is a seat limit and once we reach that we’ll have to stop accepting RSVPs.
I hope you can come by. This is one of my favorite scripts and the cast is remarkable.