Soon after Emmy award winning comedy writer and playwright Lee Kalcheim's twin boys were born, he realized he wouldn't get much sleep for the next few years. So, while he was awake, he'd better remember what was happening. Lee records the poignant funny stories of this free wheeling family, their adventures living in L.A., Rome and New York, most importantly; the lessons he learned bringing them up. "We all just laughed our way through life, and I realized, writing comedy is hard...living it is exuberant!"
Lee Kalcheim has written for both the theatre and television. An Emmy winning comedy writer (All In The Family), Cable Ace Award winner (The Paper Chase), Writers Guild Award (The Bridge of Adam Rush) and creator of the comedy series "Something Wilder" for NBC, which won no awards, but enabled Mr. Kalcheim to return to his first love; Playwriting. His plays include: "Breakfast With Les and Bess" at the Lambs Theatre, "Friends" at Manhattan Theatre Club", "Defiled" at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, with Peter Falk and Jason Alexander, and "Slouching Toward Hollywood" at the Penguin Rep in Stony Point, NY and "Seminar" most recently in Tokyo Japan.
"A beguiling valentine to fatherhood from one of the funniest minds in Hollywood and New York !"
Daniel Klein, co author of the New York Times bestseller, "Plato And A Platypus Walk Into A Bar"
"Lee Kalcheim is one of my favorite Dads for three reasons: what he does; what he hears; and how he tells it."
Jason Alexander, Actor
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|Size: ||2.6 MB|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9780786755837 (DRM-EPUB)|
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