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: Can Flex Deal with the Drama? Flex is a football player, not an actor. But he can fake it if it means getting to see KK, the girl he's dating (sort of-it's complicated), every day after school for...
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Can Flex Deal with the Drama?
Flex is a football player, not an actor. But he can fake it if it means getting to see KK, the girl he's dating (sort of-it's complicated), every day after school for about a month.
This play isn't for the weak, though. First, Flex has to deal with his nemesis, Actor Boy, the guy who greets girls with kisses on either cheek. C'mon, dude. Really?!?
Then there's the whole Shakespeare thing. What was "Bill" thinking when he wrote this gobbledygook? Thou dost protest&...seriously.
Meanwhile KK is hanging out with Watson, the King of the Youth Group, and no amount of video game playing is going to make Flex feel okay about that. He'd better get his jealousy in check before KK checks out on him for good.
But with some encouragement from Mimi and Pops (his mom and dad), a little advice from an unlikely ally, and a whole lot of truth from God's awesome book, Flex might just turn his fear of failure into a performance befitting of the bard himself. Or at the very least, get KK to return his texts.
Ted Kluck's work has appaered in ESPN the Magazine, Sports Spectrum Magazine, ESPN.com Page2, and several small literary journals. A bi-monthly column for Sports Spectrum Magazine entitled "Pro and Con" won the Evangelical Presss Association award for best standing column in 2003. Additionally, Ted has written two WGA registered screenplays and an award-winning (Damah Film Festival, Sabaoth Film Festival) short film. Ted lives in Lansing, Michigan with his wife Kristen, and son, Tristan.
He has co-authored Why We Love the Church: In Praise of Institutions and Organized Religion and Why We're Not Emergent: (By Two Guys Who Should Be) with Kevin DeYoung