Tomorrow

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Tomorrow[1]
Series
In The Dark
Original Broadcast Date
1993
Cast
Joe Frank
Format
Absurd Monologue, 28 minutes
Preceded by: A Special Family
Followed by: Taylor

It happened three years ago, about two weeks before New Year's Eve.

Tomorrow is a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series In The Dark. It was originally broadcast in 1993.

Synopsis

Joe's mother leaves his father and he plants a bug in her car. Joe and his girlfriend attend a New Year's Eve party at the home of Bolshovsky (Charles Bukowski?) His mother's boyfriend dies and the family gets drunk together. Life is short, so savor it with all your anatomy. Avoiding a beige existence. An idyllic new year. An analysis of noise makers. Resolutions. MacBeth's "Tomorrow" soliloquy.

Music

Additional credits

The original broadcast credits state: "[C]reated in collaboration with Mike Meloan and David Rapkin. The story editor was Farley Ziegler. Recorded and mixed by Jerry Summers. Special thanks to Jennifer Ferro."