A writer and a banker, both boomers and consummate liars with troubled histories, make a last-ditch attempt for money and redemption through a screenplay: and accidentally achieve the perfect ironic ending. Perfect for anyone who ever tried to write a screenplay - or teach creative writing.
“...a funny, moving, elaborately structured and highly entertaining crossword-puzzle kind of a play about writing for film- and of course, theatre. Think the Coen brothers’ Barton Fink, Charlie Kaufman’s Adapatation and Roger Hall’s excellent play State of the Play. Like them Me and Robert McKee is about writer’s block and above all the artifice of storytelling...” The Dominion