Ty Cobb, the greatest early baseball player of all time, finds himself in Limbo divided into his young, middle-aged and old selves. Each is terrified he’ll be remembered in the wrong way for the wrong deeds. Complicating things is the spirit of Oscar Charleston, whom the press had dubbed the “Black Cobb.” In life Ty refused to play against black players, even in exhibition games. What will he say now?
- 1989—World Premiere, Yale Repertory Theater.
- 2000—New York Premiere, Trigger Street and Melting Pot Productions at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.
- 1991—Published by Dramatists Play Service.