Happy Broadway Musicals Day!
When Hack’s friend Lisa Glass admitted that she didn’t realize that the Sex Beach books were part of the Hack Werker universe, Hack wrote this novel tying all the elements of his work together. It’s a humdinger.
Hack wrote this when he overheard the actors at the 99-seat theater across the street from the Shakey’s where he works as a night time janitor complain bitterly that they were slaving away at minimum wage while the producer got rich. Hack thought this was hysterical because the producer was the daytime janitor at the same Shakey’s.
Hack’s friend Eddie Frierson (see Mayonnaise is Nonsense) is an actor famous for a one-man show he performs about 16th century baseball player Christy Mathewson. When Frierson snubbed his nose at the coronavirus scare and performed the play in Los Angeles, Hack wrote this novel in tribute.