On Sunday October 22nd Moving Parts Theatre Company will perform a reading of my new radio play, “Space Station Zeta,” at City 27. The address is 27 cité industrielle, Paris 11eme. Doors are open from 1900-1930, entrance is free, and the play lasts around an hour and a half.
Space Station Zeta is a science-fiction comedy. Boyle is a consultant engineer on a derelict space station orbiting the sun. His boss is also his ex-girlfriend, his assistant is in love with the station computer, and the station computer is trying to kill him. But his troubles are only just beginning. Newly-elected Chairman of the Federation Ronald Dump is on his way with a plan to make Space Station Zeta great again.: he wants to mine the sun, and he won’t let words like “absurd,” “impossible” or “massive explosion” get in his way. Even Boyle’s razor-sharp sarcasm may not be enough to keep them all alive.
Moving Parts have assembled a crack team of professional actors to make my writing funnier than it actually is. If you are in the mood for some free comedy on Sunday night, you will find City 27 on the first left from rue Camille Desmoulins, just off avenue Parmentier, 2 minutes from Metro Voltaire. Doors close at 1930: don’t be late! There will be an “opportunity” to grill the author after the show, then the author intends to get drunk. Do come and join us.
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