Dan Kavulish has been a writer most of his life. He wrote his first play at the age of 18. His second play was produced for a local TV station in Hartford, CT. Out There, a recent one-act and companion piece to Swan Song, was recently given a staged reading for the Village Playwrights in Manhattan. His soon to be published novel, “The Fortunate Isles” chronicles the life of a gay man in New York City during the turbulent last three decades of the twentieth century.
In Swan Song old conflicts emerge when Philip visits his mom in a Florida retirement facility. After many years, he still struggles to stand his ground against her overpowering personality. However, the stakes are now much higher, forcing him to take decisive action.