Last weekend, Sam's new play "The Gargoyle and the Gun" was produced in Boston, MA as part of Fort Point Theatre Channel's Platforms series. The play ran for three nights: December 10, 11 and 12, 2015.
The short, 10-minute drama was accompanied by live music and sound effects. A violinist played along during tense moments and transitions. A bicycle sound rang out during certain times for comedic effect.
About the play: Kinsley, a college professor, buys a pistol to carry around Boston in case of danger. But can he bear to aim a gun at a fellow citizen? On the way to rendezvous with his secret paramour, he meets Gael, a blind veteran who becomes an unwitting subject for this test of his will. Above them, a gargoyle listens and waits for fate to set her free. The production was acted superbly, with a cast of four.
It was a terrific and memorable experience! See below for photos from the event.