Last Cup of Sorrow (Stageplay) by J.B. Storey | Script Revolution

Last Cup of Sorrow (Stageplay)

From a hospital room in middle America to a jail in Mexico, the destinies of three strangers intertwine as each seeks redemption and penance for the sins of their past and present.

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Following a tragic car accident, Charlie and his brother Josh go to Mexico to seek the help of their mysterious father. Unexpectedly, their search takes a catastrophic turn, resulting in the wrongful imprisonment of Charlie.

The prison is cut-off from the outside world and is as brutal as it is lonely. Yet, despite his gruesome surroundings, Charlie forms an unlikely bond with his cellmate, an intimidating brute haunted by a harrowing history. Meanwhile, the guards of the prison are overseen by Carlos, a deeply conflicted man desperate to lead a life of morals and principals, a need driven by the love for his passionate wife, Eldora. But try as he may, Carlos cannot escape his immoral destiny, nor the grim fate that awaits him.

Submitted: August 11, 2018
Last Updated: August 21, 2018

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The Writer: J.B. Storey

My writing career started when I was no more than nine or ten years old. However, it took the form of imaginary adventures my many toys would embark upon. As I got older, I started to write essays at school. I excelled at the ones where I could freely mold my ideas into fiction. Not as good when it came to scrutinizing existing star-crossed literature written five hundred years ago. So, what did I do with all of that imagination? I studied history and philosophy. Why? For the most part, because I was a kid who still harbored ambitions of being Batman. In other words, I had no idea who I wanted to be professionally. Yet, I was drawn to history, for that is the root of all storytelling... Go to bio
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