"Christopher Meeks takes a factual scenario and transforms it into a thought-provoking drama." --LA Weekly, Pick of the Week
"Those who have personal experience with its topic should bring Kleenex." -David Nichols, Los Angeles Times.
"Meeks's play deals with issues of life and death, the value of the human soul, and the strictures of personal value systems that stand in the way of, rather than help make, difficult decisions." -Back Stage West
"To personalize the astronomically difficult task of the committee, Meeks has created a distrinctively complex character in Gabriel. When the dying Gabriel discovers the committee has passed him over, he utlizes his ruthless abilities of persuasion to gain the treatment he needs to stay alive. -Daily Variety
About the Author
Christopher Meeks writes fiction and plays. His produced plays include "Who Lives?," "Suburban Anger," and "Fiveplay." He has had stories published in several literary journals and his collected short stories, "The Middle-Aged Man and the Sea," earned fabulous reviews in the Los Angeles Times and elsewhere, as well as a mention in Entertainment Weekly as one of five best books from a small publisher. He is now putting finishing touches on two novels. He's published four children's books, reviewed theatre for seven years for Daily Variety, has had two screenplays optioned and another win the Donald Davis Dramatic Writing Award; he also teaches creative writing at UCLA Extension, CalArts, and Art Center College of Design, and English at Santa Monica College. Visit his website at: www.chrismeeks.com