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Written  by Altenir Silva

F. Scott Fitzgerald, before dying, receives a visit from one of his characters, Pat Hobby, the screenwriter. The two begin a discussion about the fate of each one. In a delirium-requiem, the plot is constructed with Fitzgerald battling his own idea.




5M, 2F  

Royalties for Non-Professional Theatres

Small Theatre (under 200 seats)   $55 First Performance, $45 Additional

Medium Theatre (200 - 500 seats)   $60 First Performance, $50 Additional

Large Theatre (500+ seats)   $65 First Performance, $55 Additional


Professional Theatrical licensing will be negotiated on a case by case basis.

What was F. Scott Fitzgerald thinking when he died?

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