Sun, 31 July 2016
It’s finally (!!!) time for the big Halloween show at the Equator, Williamsburg’s favorite college hangout, and the rowdy crowd of William & Mary students is about to find out if Cats with Benefits will perform or not. Will they get to hear the last song Aaron Seager wrote before his disappearance? Do they care? Show organizer and MC Caleb Souter is stressed out, but doing his best. Down the street, still anguishing over his daughter Valerie, John Dunhill hides out from the trick or treaters in the upstairs bedroom of his comatose daughter Julie. And after a strange, unexpected guest makes an appearance on the Dunhill’s porch, John tries to release some tension at the end of this windy and eerie night.
Written, directed, scored and produced by Phillip Merritt
The Girl Who Messed Me Up produced by Mike Puccio, vocals by John Demarzo
It’s Not a Party (Until Someone Breaks Your Heart) vocals provided by Nathaniel Clemmons, Nora Knight and Julia Mosby
Thank you to freesound.org and freemusicarchive.org for the use of their creative commons sound effects and music samples including:
Lamprey - Through You
Kellee Maize - The Fact Is
Isidore Soucy - Quadrille Laurier
Alliance - All
Jason Shaw - Parting Glass
PC-One - Division
Also included are short snippets of songs under the Fair Use Doctrine.
©Phillip Merritt, 2016