Bottom of the 9th: A Play about Alzheimer's in One Act Paperback – 17 May 2014
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About the Author
Kevin T. Baldwin has written, produced and directed dozens plays for over 30 years. He has directed plays and musicals all over New England. Baldwin has worked as reporter and theatre reviewer for the Worcester Telegram & Gazette and other newspapers. He was Theatre Professor at Anna Maria College from 2005 to 2008. Baldwin has also directed shows at WPI, Bentley College and Clark University. Baldwin worked with Oscar-nominated composer Bobby Hart on the book for the musical "Sunshine Pop", about the true story of the songwriting career of Hart and his late partner, Tommy Boyce. This also produced a second musical, "Hot Rod Hot Dogs" featuring many rare early songs by Boyce and/or Hart. Baldwin created both the script and screenplay for "A Date With Chris" about former "blonde bombshell" turned advocate for Homeless Vietnam Veterans Chris Noel. In 2011 the play was performed live as a staged reading in Worcester, MA. Many of Baldwin's other plays have a more supernatural element and are sometimes set in the mysterious fictional community of "Millborough". Published works include "Haunting Lusitania" about a man who travels back in time to rescue the woman he loves from the doomed ship; "Ponytail", a contemporary piece about an aging Irish rocker who takes in his late brother's daughter; "Heaven's Rivers" about a troubled priest who goes back to his old neighborhood and meets a miraculous but doomed young woman with special healing powers; "May or June" about a woman who vanishes from her husband to assume the identity of a woman long thought lost to a small town; and "They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To" about life in a small town where business are dying due to the proliferation of major store chains.