Bob Bowersox
 Playwright, Screenwriter, Fiction

Personal Contact: 302-540-6102


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Set in a small American seaside town, PERSON OF INTEREST tells the story of the confrontation between Henry Hearst, a rich lawyer with deeply-hidden secrets and Scotland Yard Inspector Catherine Lyle, brought in to interrogate Hearst, the prime suspect in a series of grisly murders. As the evening wears on, it becomes apparent that each of these powerful personalities has their own deep secrets, and each has a great deal to lose. But only one of them will walk from the room. Two totally unexpected plot twists will hold audiences riveted to their seats literally until the final blackout.
* Received its professional World Premiere November 7, 2012 at the Red Barn Theatre in Key West, Florida. 


Three old friends gather at a pub to mourn the passing of a fourth. Paulie, Joey, and Bobby -- goodfellas all -- have known one another since they were in diapers, and they have come to fulfill a pact they made 35 years ago with Tommy, their now-deceased friend. But a mysterious stranger and a startling revelation derail the evening's plans, forcing each of the men to consider how he personally looks at and deals with love.
* Received its professional World Premiere November 5, 2013 at the Red Barn Theatre in Key West, Florida. 


Conrad Middleton is a world-renowned British poet who has lived in America for several decades but is now finding his health and abilities fading. On the eve of being handed his greatest accolade, he decides it's time to let it all go... to return home to Britain and hang up his pen. But his wife, who has been the driving force behind his career, and who has shared the spotlight with him, will have none of it and is willing to go to unthinkable lengths to prevent his leaving. A warm, funny, poignant look at letting go, and the consequences of doing so.
Received its professional World Premiere November 4, 2014 at the Red Barn Theatre in Key West, Florida.

David Steele, for 35 years the most respected voice in television news announces live on-air one night that he is not who he has purported to be all these years, but instead is the returned Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Needless to say, all hell breaks loose…so to speak…
Received its professional World Premiere November 1, 2016 at the Red Barn Theatre in Key West, Florida


Death has had it. He hates what he does, feels he gets no respect, and has developed a serious sense of worthlessness. Life, on the other hand, is having an explosive, creative ball and just doesn't see what Death's problem is. When Death informs life that he quits, the real problems begin, not the least of which arise when Death decides he wants to do what Life does and begins trying his hand a creating...with disastrous results. It takes a mortal man -- now at least 187 years old because nothing dies anymore -- to re-instill a sense of value in Death before the metaphysical ship of being rights itself.
  * Currently slated for production in 2020.


ROBERT GREY may be the biggest movie star of his generation, but after fifty films, his passion for the work has waned. An unanticipated meeting with the first love of his life – who he has not seen in 35 years – disrupts the shoot of his new film and has Robert wondering if he’s squandered his life on something meaningless.


On the day of his viewing, a recently-deceased man’s spirit tries to interact with his wife, son, and daughter as each comes to say their goodbyes. An intriguing blend of dialogue within monologue as each is faced with the triumphs and shortcoming in each of their lives.


On the night of the fiftieth anniversary of her long-lost love’s death, a rich, elderly white woman is visited by a young African-American man claiming to be the reincarnation of her dead lover.


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