The Sound of Silence

by Travyz Santos Gatz

Based on the work of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, the Sound of Silence follows Robert Graham and Anna Hart as they embark on their pursuit of following their dreams in showbiz. The two cross paths at the most renowned theater in Hollywoodland. Robert is working as a stagehand and Anna is starring in her first play. Upon meeting, the two heroes experience love at first sight only to be separated and brought together for the rest of their lives. Will their love be able to persist through the trials and tribulations or will it fall by the wayside? Only one thing is certain…silence is golden, but true love is pure.

  • Cast Size: 2M 1W 3+ Gender Neutral
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

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About the Playwright

Travyz Santos Gatz is an activist, writer, actor, and director. A California native, he studied at the University of La Verne under  the late Steve Kent and Georgij Paro where he wrote the first draft of “The Sound of Silence”, upon graduation he set his sights on the Los Angeles Theater scene as a member of Sacred Fools Theatre Company. His play sound of “The Sound of Silence” was a winner of the OCCentric new play festival where it received his first performance. Travyz has since written politically charged plays for the Hollywood Fringe Festival until joining Loft Ensemble in 2018 where “The Sound of Silence” received its second performance in its current form. An avid Brecht fan, Travyz’s most recently produced play was an officially sanctioned adaptation of “In the Jungle of Cities” titled “The Concrete Jungle.” Travyz is still hard at work writing, directing, and producing plays as he attempts to keep theatre relevant in the modern age. Feel free to follow him on Instagram @GatsbyOfSuburbia to keep up with future endeavors or contact him.

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Richard Roth
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Very, very good!

This is one of the best plays I have seen in many years. I have seen it two times and cannot wait to see it for the third time.

4 weeks ago

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