by Steven Bergman
Cast of Characters
A symbolic look at the survivors of the victims of
September 11th. Stan still sees and talks with his wife, Rachel, whom he lost on that
tragic day. Stans brother, Jeff, still tries to help his brother move on, but has
yet to succeed two years after Stans tragic loss.
Published short plays include: “History,” “At The
Buzzer,” “Rosie, the Teddy Bear” (Brooklyn Publishers), “Have a Seat,
Please,” and “Marvin and Julius” (Heuer Publishing), “The Guy Chair,”
“Grieving Process,” and the full-length play, “Cutting the Leash” (JAC
Publishing). Composer: “The Curse is Reversed!” “Jack The Ripper: The
Whitechapel Musical,” “Four Kisses”, Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors,” and
Wilson’s “Book of Days.” For young audiences: “Melampus” and “Reigning Cats
and Dogs,” (for Brooklyn Children’s Theatrer), Adaptations of "Tom and
Huck", “Tatterhood,” “King Midas and his Friends,” and "The Pied Piper"
(co-written with Christopher DiGrazia and Earl Maulding). Musical Director:
Over 100 productions around North America. Keyboardist: "Nunsense Jamboree"
(national tour with Georgia Engel, CD/DVD with Vicki Lawrence), as well as
national tours of "Sunday in the Park with George", "Dreamgirls", "Guys and
Dolls", and "Les Miserables." Steven is a member of Theatre Communications
Group, NAfME, NETC and The Dramatists Guild of America, Inc., and teaches
Drama and Chorus outside of Boston.
Would you like to see more from Steven Bergman?
Consider his short plays...The Guy Chair,
One Afternoon in Smithfield,
and his full-length
Cutting the Leash!
In the News
Bergman and David Kruh have new published stories
in the anthology, "Final Fenway Fiction: More Short Stories from Red Sox
Nation." Check them out at
Barnes & Noble