On Our Shelves Now
2m / Dramatic Comedy A moving car. A father and son. The father drives. The son's face is pressed against the rolled up window. A lifetime can pass in the sixty miles between a boy's soccer practice and his father's new apartment. In this moving play about family relationships, we see just how much time and space can exist between the pleather seats of a father's used car. The world premiere of Sixty Miles to Silver Lake opened at Soho Rep, New York City on January 15, 2009. "Nothing - and everything - happens in the hourlong car ride on a California highway depicted by Dan LeFranc in Sixty Miles to Silver Lake. Time marches onward (and jumps backward) in this painfully honest two-hander about the fragile relationship between a divorced dad and the son he picks up every Saturday after soccer practice and drives to his home for the weekend. But to this alienated pair, it's one endless ritual of loving and hating and hurting." -Variety.