Michael Presley Bobbitt
Official Website of the Novelist & Playwright
IN THE PRESS
Michael Presley Bobbitt’s original script about life, love, regret and redemption in a seedy north Florida trailer park is crisp, fast-moving and extremely funny without being the least bit patronizing. One more thing about Trailer Park Elegy- in its own way it is as profound and insightful a commentary about modern life as "1984".
Last year, Bobbitt roared into the Gainesville theatre scene as both a director, writer and actor with his original play, Across the River. As a writer he has an uncanny ability to ice-pick a brain, shake up a scene, and draw out human emotion from the most impenetrable among us.
In "Sunset Village", Bobbitt has written and produced a play that is so crisp and wicked, so contemporary and charmingly disarming that one wonders what the Acrosstown hopes to do by way of an encore for the rest of its season.
Yeah, it really is that funny.
Ron Cunningham, THE GAINESVILLE SUN
TABERNACLE OF HEDONISM
THE GAINESVILLE SUN
Michael Presley Bobbitt is a playwright, novelist and clam farmer from the tiny island of Cedar Key, Florida. He also serves in an official capacity as the Clambassador.