"Oh, Mr. Faulkner, Do You Write?"

William Faulkner one man show

Written by John Maxwell and Tom Dupree

"Oh, Mr. Faulkner, Do You Write?", a one man show based on the life of William Faulkner has become a Southern storytelling classic. John Maxwell has toured with his very funny and deeply moving production for over twenty years to twelve foreign countries and most of the United States.

An entertaining piece of theatre

Included are recollections of Mr. Faulkner's days in Hollywood writing screenplays for Clark Gable and Howard Harks; stories about his family that are both hilarious and touching; an amusing and highly insightful "Question/Answer" session with an imaginary English class, and much more. The production ends with a wonderful offering of The Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech he delivered at Stockholm. It's a powerful evening of theatre and literature, entertainment and enlightenment!

Praise for "Oh, Mr. Faulkner, Do You Write?":

"Maxwell enlightened and entertained the theatre audience, often drawing laughter from the relevance of the humor and for the actor's apt performance."

Sunday Herald Times, Bloomington, IN