Tuesday 17 January 2023 – Background of ON A FROSTY DAY

The setting for ON A FROSTY DAY is late December at a reservoir.

ON A FROSTY DAY presented itself on a cold Sunday afternoon. The unnamed, ungendered, and nearly nondescript central character could have been any one of the people in heavy coats trying to stay warm.

Several walked on a causeway from the shore to an island in the reservoir. I wondered how they might react if the causeway was suddenly blocked by a fence with a “KEEP OUT” sign. Would they try to get around it? Would they climb over it? The temperature was dropping so standing still was not a comfortable option.

What would they do?

The central character’s reaction will be available in the second episode of ON A FROSTY DAY series and Part Two on Tuesday 24 January 2023.

Cheers.

William E. Spear

Author: William Spear

William E. Spear has written for audio since 1994. His book, "Lit Between the Ears, Volume One: Chekhov, O. Henry, Spear and Tarkington On the Air," was released on July 31, 2006. He founded Two Plus Plus Productions LLC in 2006 and is President. He founded Hunterdon Radio Theatre in 1999 and has written over 15 plays since. Spear's work has been broadcast in New York and New Jersey and his plays have been published on web sites across the country.

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