“According to legend, in 1923 Ernest Hemingway made a bet in a bar that he could write a complete and compelling story using just six words. He then scribbled on a napkin the six words: "For Sale: Baby shoes, never worn." With that, the legend goes, he won the bet and would later refer to that simple story as his greatest work.
“This season, theatre KAPOW will present four brand new short plays based on Hemingway’s powerful six-word story. … Staged readings in the fall will culminate in a workshop production in the spring.”