Please join Synkroniciti in welcoming back playwright Peter Dakutis with his one-minute play, “Stream of Memories.” An individual experiences their last few moments, life flashing before their consciousness. If this were you, what would you see and how comforting would it be? Kindness, authenticity and love play such a tremendous part in our lives, connecting us with each other and the numinous, but we often go after popularity or perfection instead. Peter is a master at expressing emotion quickly and directly–when you only have a minute, or a single page, this is absolutely vital.
Read this insightful play in Synkroniciti’s “Ritual” issue, Vol. 4, No. 1, available now. Subscribe or purchase the individual issue here.
Peter Dakutis (he/him) lives in the Atlanta metro area and gets busy with his muse through playwriting. In addition to numerous local productions, his work has appeared around the US and in England and Canada. His play “Offboarding” was chosen for the Smith & Kraus Best Ten-Minute Plays 2022 Anthology. “A Sign Is a Sign” was just published in Go Play Outside (LineStorm Playwrights/Applause Books). His work has also appeared in Synkroniciti, Lucky Jefferson, and CAW Anthology. You can find Peter on Facebook and at Peter Dakutis | New Play Exchange.
He loves Turner Classic Movies, and most of his favorite movies, such as A Night at the Opera, come from the 1930s and 40s.