Brothers and Blood
By Stephen Halasz
Directed by Jon Wai‑keung Lowe
Nick, a young grand prix motorcycle racer, has been badly injured in an accident. Now he wants to make a comeback. Nick’s brother, a manager at Nick’s corporate sponsor, thinks Nick is a self-destructive prima donna. The corporation just thinks he’s crazy. Along with an unconventional psychologist unwittingly appointed by the corporation, Nick’s family and colleagues grapple with issues of loyalty, mortality, and how to live a meaningful life in this original play by San Francisco playwright Stephen Halasz.
Stephen Halasz is a former working cowboy, motorcycle racer, climber and pilot. He now spends his free time writing and surfing waves not over knee high. Stephen keeps the wolf from the door by laboring as general counsel at Synergenics, LLC, which finances and operates a portfolio of biotechnology companies.
by Stephen Halasz