Eddie Mann’s first life was as a teacher, which he loved. After 31 years, he retired and became a financial adviser, which he hates. That was his second life. As he stands on the sixth floor ledge of a hospital, he is visited by a quirky guy, and after an even quirkier conversation, makes an important decision.
Runner up in the 2010 NB Acts Playwright’s Festival, it received a public reading in July, 2010. Received the Ottawa Little Theatre Gladys Cameron Watt award at the 70th National One Act Playwriting Contest in 2011. Had its World Premiere at Theatre on the Square, Indianpolis, Indiana during the Indy Fringe Festival in August, 2011.