Hey Brother

· Original Works Publishing

About this ebook

Synopsis: As the saying goes, you can’t pick your family. At odds brothers, hard drinking financial planner Ben and grad student Issac, are cohabitating in Ben’s beachside North Carolina home and it isn’t going well. Adding fuel to their fire is Kris, an Asian-American grad student, who sets her eyes on both of them, forcing a love triangle neither is prepared to handle.

Cast Size: 2 Males, 1 Female

About the author

 Bekah Brunstetter hails from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and currently lives in Los Angeles. She is a Producer on NBC’s critically-acclaimed hit series, “This is Us.” She has previously written for MTV’s “Underemployed,” ABC Family’s “Switched at Birth,” and Starz’s “American Gods.” Bekah’s plays include: “The Cake” (Echo Theater Los Angeles, upcoming MTC, Alley Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse), “Going to a Place where you Already Are” (South Coast Repertory), “The Oregon Trail” (Portland Center Stage, Flying V), “Cutie and Bear,”, “A Long and Happy Life,” “Be A Good Little Widow” (Ars Nova), “You May Go Now” (Babel Theatre Project, NYC) and “Oohrah!” (The Atlantic Theater, Steppenwolf Garage, the Finborough Theater / London). Bekah is currently working on two new musicals, one with Cinco Paul and another with Karen O from the band Yeah Yeah Yeahs. In feature films, she wrote the screenplay adaptation of the book THE SECRET. Bekah is an alumna of the CTG Writers Group, Primary Stages Writers Group, Ars Nova Play Group, The Playwright’s Realm, and the Women’s Project Lab. She is currently a member of the Echo Theater’s Playwright’s Lab. BA UNC Chapel Hill; MFA in Dramatic Writing from the New School for Drama.

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