Third and Oak: The Pool Hall | 1989
A one-act play by Marsha Norman about the relationship between a young disc jockey as his father's best friend. The action takes place in a run-down pool hall which Willie is preparing to sell. His best friend's son, Shooter, stops by for what he thinks will be a friendly chat. In the next hour, secrets are revealed and promises made about family, friendship and the high cost of loyalty. Part of the "American Playwrights Theatre" series on the Arts & Entertainment cable network.