Veteran New York playwright/performer James Lecesne made a foray into fiction a few years ago when he published his young adult novel Absolute Brightness, which became a best-seller in the YA market.
The theory of The Six Degrees of Separation proposes that every person in the world is somehow connected to every other person with as few as five intermediaries. In the world of show business there was no one who exemplified this theory better than the late, great Joe Franklin.
In acclaimed playwright Sheila Callaghan’s Everything You Touch, a ruthless 1970’s fashion designer (Bell bottoms! Maxi skirts! Fringe!) finds himself at the top of his game.