Four short monologues written by local authors will be presented on Friday, March 12 at 7 p.m. in the Wall Auditorium at Coastal Carolina University. The event is free and open to the public.
The event features staged readings of two monologues by David Zinman of Conway, a veteran reporter, author and lecturer, and two by Lee Bollinger, an assistant professor of English and journalism at Coastal.
Zinman's works are:
- "Pigtails on the Diamond," read by Charles Dirienzo, a community theater actor and retired officer with the Department of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms in Murrells Inlet, with Pat Egloff.
- "The Two Mister Bernsteins," read by local radio personality Bill Howard of Surfside Beach.
Bollinger's works are:
- "DWTW" (Down With the Wind), a parody inspired by Margaret Mitchell's famous novel, read by Sandi Shackelford, professor of dramatic arts at Coastal.
- "One Perfect Rose, Dorothy Parker's Crossroad,"read by Colleen Lohr, associate provost and professor of biology at Coastal.
For information, contact Lee Bollinger at 349-2748.