and performed by Ralph Elias
directed by Jonathan Marten
work of passion and power. I was moved from laughter to
tears and back again. This show is a must-see for anyone
who loves the theatre."
Bonds, Chairman Emeritus
Baltimore Playwrights Festival
years as a professional actor/director and a lifetime as
a baseball fan have made Ralph
Elias stark raving sane — and a playwright.
In Player’s Joy he takes you for a funny, eccentric,
provocative trot around the bases of diamond and stage, through
dark clubhouse of painful memory, and back into sunlight.
An American story told in an original style reminiscent
of Spaulding Gray and Bob Costas (with a little help from
Will Shakespeare) we think you’ll find Player’s
Joy to be just what the title implies!