Writers Salon begins with open mic, encouraging guests to read personal works. This is followed by a presentation from the featured author. Free & Open to the public. Refreshments Served.
Greg Klein has written four plays, two unpublished novels, several spec screenplays and in 2013 published a wrestling biography, “The King of New Orleans.” As an actor he has appeared on “24,” “The Devil Wears Prada” and he debuted the role of Andy in his first play, “The Sun,” which premiered Off-Off Broadway in New York City in 2004. In his day job, he is the editor of The Cooperstown Crier and a writer for The Daily Star in Oneonta. In his free time, he is a soccer dad, is trying to get a baseball film made and is trying start a film office in the region.
Klein’s play, “Sunset Painting” is a fictional look at Klein’s relationship with his late grandmother, Ludmilla Selihoff Evans, who was a child star as a ballerina in France and the United States, and a professional dancer as an adult.
Scenes from “Sunset Painting” will also be performed by Bhala Jones, Alex Riba, Christine Juliano & Roxanne Rippa.