The Last Morning After

Ryan is a 25 year-old mess. He can’t hold onto a job, a relationship, or a car. His drinking continues to undermine the opportunities and responsibilities in his young life. The Last Morning After tells the story of an alcoholic who, in fact, stops drinking but may not be fortunate enough to hit his bottom.

Development History:
I considered writing this story as a piece of flash fiction but liked the dramatic effect of watching Ryan’s life implode right before our eyes. The Last Morning After received a staged reading at the Theatre Artists Studio’s New Works Festival: Thirst in May 2007.

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