I have a ten minute play that's going to be part of Morgan Park Academy's Fall Show.
It's a play about baseball, featuring a high school catcher and a pitcher. I'm told it was cast today, and the actors actually are, in real life, a high school catcher and a pitcher.
It's funny. I always say actors end up knowing things about the characters that the author didn't know. But these 2 guys will come to the first rehearsal with more detailed knowledge of catching and pitching than I have!
Since they wanted the roles, I guess I didn't get any serious details wrong.
While writing, to avoid looking the fool,
I did look up at least one rule.