Call It Clover
Calhoun, Wil (American playwright, TV executive producer, actor, 19__-____),
“Call It Clover,” a __-minute drama in English, set in _____, _____,
© 1991 by Wil Calhoun;
• in Showtime's Act One Festival of One-Act Plays 1994, 1st edition, Contemporary Playwrights Series, edited by Marisa Smith (Manchester, New Hampshire, U.S.A.: Smith & Kraus, 1995), 253 pp., ISBN 1880399962, containing “Lynette at 3 am,” by Jane Anderson; “Call It Clover,” by Wil Calhoun; “Tom and Jerry,” by Rick Cleveland; “Tinkle Time,” by Dana Coen; “The Other Five Percent,” by Bryan Goluboff; “Dice and Cards,” by Sam Henry Kass; “The Dying Gaul,” by Craig Lucas; “Waltzing DeNiro,” by Lynn Martin; “Sticks and Stones,” by Drew McWeeny and Scott Swan; “Jackie,” by David Rasche; “Iron Tommy,” by James Ryan; “Wish Fulfillment,” by David Simpatico; “A Death in Bethany,” by Garry Williams ;
• script/rights probably available from source named in Smith anthology, Smith and Kraus Publishers, Inc., c/o IDS, 400 Bedford Street, Suite 322, Manchester, New Hampshire 03101, U.S.A., telephone (toll free) 888-282-2881, (local) 603-669-7032, fax 603-669-7945.
Perry (m), __, _____; Eddie (m), __, _____; Sandy (f), a young married woman.
“Everyone has a dream that can’t come true. Or can it? Sandy, a young married woman, finds herself reevaluating her sexuality after being paralyzed. Unfortunately, her husband’s best friend just happens to be around when she does.”—University Theatre To Present Fall Short Play, http://www.uwec.edu/newsBureau/release, accessed February 23, 2006.
• Premiered Cactus Theatre, Chicago Dramatist Workshop, 1991.
• “A 1984 Louisiana State University grad, Calhoun is . . . creator and executive producer of the WB sitcom “What I Like About You,” . . . A Baton Rouge native and drama buff in high school, Calhoun entered LSU . . . . Upon graduation in 1984, Calhoun moved to Los Angeles to pursue work as an actor. . . . Frustrated by his lack of progress as an actor, Calhoun sat down to write something he could perform himself. . . . Calhoun, who finances a scholarship for LSU’s theater program . . . . was selected the school’s Young Alum of the Year in 2001 . . . .”
• “Wil Calhoun was raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and is a graduate of the Louisiana State University Theatre Program. His work has been produced Off-Broadway at New York's Circle Repertory Company, the Circle Rep Lab, The Empty Space Theatre in Seattle, The Company of Angels Theatre and The Met Theatre in Los Angeles, The Buffalo Theatre in Chicago, and The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. He lives and works in Los Angeles.”—Wil Calhoun playwright - plays biography information, http://www.doollee.com, accessed February 23, 2006.