“I had a colonoscopy the other day and it was the highlight of my week.”
Written by Matthew Fowler
Directed by Valentina Fratti
Garret Miller is either having a midlife crisis or is trying to recapture his youth when he starts a lemonade stand on the street in front of his suburban house. He has not yet decided which. What he does know is that he was just fired from the only job he has ever had, his wife is probably cheating on him, his brother is a pariah, and the college girl next door would make a great lemonade-stand intern. In this dramatic comedy, Garret sets out to prove that "the American Dream,” “an American Dream," or at least his American Dream still exists.
About the Playwright:
Matthew Fowler is a writer born in White Plains, New York. He attended Brandeis University and received his MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. His play For Sale was the winnerof the 2016 W. Keith Hedrick Playwriting Contest. For Sale was also selected for the New Works Festival at Panndora Productions and was a finalist for the Rita and Burton Goldberg Playwriting Award. His play, The Lemonade Stand, was the winnerof the 2016 Page to Stage Playwriting Contest at the Cloverdale Playhouse in Montgomery, Alabama. The Lemonade Stand was also selected for the Appalachian Festival of Plays and Playwrights at Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Virginia and chosen for the Caleb Reese Festival of New Plays and Musicals in Phoenix, Arizona. His short plays have been seen nationally and internationally.