New York City
When dead bodies are found in the sea or in a lake, who is the person who always does the finding? It’s the lone fisherman. Why is he out there and what does he think when he makes his discovery?
These questions are answered when award-winning playwright T.S. Cook presents his solo performance show “The Annual Meeting of the American Society of Lone Fishermen Who Have Found Dead Bodies” at the Fremont Centre Theatre.
In addition, the Fisherman tells some salty jokes, recalls some great stories, and plays tag with a Coast Guard cutter.
The show just finished a well-reviewed six-performance run in the Hollywood Fringe Theatre Festival.