A collection of new American plays about strangers hooking up on Grindr, Growler, Scruff and Craigslist. All of the material in Hook Ups Vol. 1 was written by Ronnie Larsen except for the three fabulous short plays listed below:
A Sudden Loss of Altitude
By Peter Kennedy
A closeted man and a gay airline pilot face a moral dilemma after a night of hot sex.
PETER KENNEDY: Peter is a New England based playwright and teacher. His plays have received staged readings or productions as part of national festivals produced by T. Schreiber Studio, The Secret Theatre, and Obligatory Theatre in New York City, City Theatre of Miami, Little Fish Theatre of Los Angeles, The Boston Theatre Marathon, The University of Houston, Theatre InspiraTO in Toronto, Oil Lamp Theater in Glenview, IL, and Salem Theatre Company of MA. Peter was also selected as a finalist for Actors Theatre of Louisville's Heideman Award.
Every Inch Counts
By Irene L. Pynn
Two worlds colide when a furry meets a non-furry and one of them has a major transformation. And if you don't know what a furry is, Google it.
IRENE L. PYNN: Irene L. Pynn’s plays include I, COCKROCH, THE CHRUCH OF SAIN BEARER, WE’RE HAVING A BABY!, THE TRAIN, HOW TO FIELD DRESS AN ANDROID, and several ten-minute shorts. Her work has been produced and/or developed around the United States and abroad by First Person Theatre, What If? Productions, The Alley Theatre, Torrent Theatre, Starlite Players, Fury Theatre, Otherworld Theatre, M.T. Pockets Theatre, Playwrights’ Roundtable, and more. Irene is a member of the Dramatists Guild and earned an MFA in writing from Seton Hill University. Her other publications include short stories, short plays, interactive plays, alternate reality games, and a novel.
A Different Client
By Josh Hartwell
A hustler gets a very different request to do something he's never done before and it's so different he's not sure he can actually go through with it.
JOSH HARTWELL: Artistic Company Member at Curious Theatre Company and Ensemble Member at Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company (BETC), Josh is an award-winning and internationally produced playwright represented by Abrams Artists Agency in NY. Contrived Ending earned feature film and Off-Broadway contracts with Starry Night Entertainment. The Rank and the Bloodrush was a finalist for The O’Neill Festival’s New Play Conference. He has been an instructor for young playwrights with Curious New Voices since 2008 and with The Denver Center for Performing Arts since 2014. Hartwell is Colorado's first Regional Representative for the Dramatists Guild of America.