Sonny Boy

by Reg Clay

SONNY BOY is a part of a collection of short one act play series called THE EDGE – a Twilight Zone-type series that explores social, racial and class issues through the strange and otherworldly scenarios.  Sonny Boy is a ghost story of a black boy in the antebellum south – he is killed and is resurrected from the dead to haunt the racist southerners – a literal spiritual carrier of black pain and sorrow brought on by slavery and racism.

Cast Size: 1BB 1BM 2BW 2WW 5WM

Running Time: 30+ minutes

Royalty Rate: $40 per performance

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About the Playwright

Reg Clay is a playwright from the San Francisco bay area.  Reg studied at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington DC.  Reg has worked with many theatre companies in the bay area, such as Playground SF, Eastenders Repertory Company, Town Hall Theatre, the Exit Theatre, the Douglas Morrison Theatre and many more.  His full length play, Four Men In Paris, was produced by Plethos Productions and featured at the Douglas Morrison Theatre in 2018.  Reg has a podcast called The Yay, a bay area theatre podcast that’s been running since 2017, that can be found on any podcast app.  Reg can be reached directly at [email protected]

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