Plays Inverse Press presents a live reading of Mike Kleine's The Mystery of the Seventeen Pilot Fish

The Mystery of the Seventeen Pilot Fish is a play about the end of the world. More specifically, it's a play about the end of the end of the world. More specifically, it’s a play about a man who is (maybe) a detective, a woman in a house, and a man in a bathrobe.

Join Berl’s Poetry and Plays Inverse Press 4PM Sunday, October 23 for a staged reading of Mike Kleine’s debut play The Mystery of the Seveteen Pilot Fish—an existential comedy punctuated with prose-poetry stage directions—featuring:

Alex Herrald as MAN

Andrew Swackhamer as MAN IN BATHROBE

Elly Smokler as WOMAN

Admission is free, and discussion with the playwright will follow. Read more about The Mystery of the Seventeen Pilot Fish, including the first scene, at http://www.playsinverse.com/catalog/mystery-of-the-17-pilot-fish.html We hope to see you there!

MIKE KLEINE is an American author of literary fiction. He grew up in West Africa and graduated from Grinnell College with a BA in French Literature. He currently lives somewhere in the Midwest. The Mystery of the Seventeen Pilot Fish is his first play. Other works include the hybrid novels Mastodon Farm (Atlatl Press, 2012), Arafat Mountain (Atlatl Press, 2014), and Kanley Stubrick (We Heard You Like Books, 2016).