Babe Ruth & Jack Kerouac Dialogue Full Of Sound And Fury
An imaginary encounter out of space and time between two myths of the modern era: Babe Ruth and Jack Kerouac. Babe is in the locker room at Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York, NY, 1934. And Kerouac is inside a pub, North Beach, San Francisco, CA, 1958. A baseball player and a writer argue about the enigma of mankind: the life and death. Babe Ruth and Jack Kerouac have a conversation full of sound and fury, far beyond our imagination. This is a one act play ranging from 20-30 min. 2 M
Altenir Silva was born in Paranavai, Brazil on June 7, 1962. He began his activities in the movie field in 1983 through a film editing course taught by Mauro Alice (Hector Babenco's favorite film editor - "Kiss of the Spider Woman") by" Cinemateca de Curitiba".
His play “THE FALL OF NARCISSUS” was staged at the HIT & RUN 5 - Saturday November 5, 2011 - Blue Door Theatre, Spokane, WA- USA.
His play “LIFE, LOVE, LOST” was staged at the Gi60 UK 2011 Sun 12 June The Viaduct Theatre, Halifax, UK. He currently works for RECORD TV (BRAZIL).
1993 to 1996 worked for CNT TV as screenwriter, being the author of the show “ROAD DOUBLE”. 1986 won for the best screenplay "Impasse Social" from the First Contest of Screenplays and Stories of Rio Cine Festival II.