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Wally Roux, Quantum Mechanic

By: Nick Carr
Narrated by: William Jackson Harper
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Publisher's summary

Growing up is hard enough without the added pressure of a hiccup in the fabric of space-time.

Wally Roux is a teenage genius with a big imagination and a big heart, who just moved to Savannah, GA, from Maine with his mom, who adopted him when he was an infant. In this charming and sweet solo performance, Wally investigates what is causing a number of strange events and occurrences. He explores and gets lost within space-time - an infinite, indefinable, and mysterious void that you can’t see but when you slice into it you can feel it.

Part science fiction and part coming-of-age story, Wally Roux follows one boy’s journey of self-discovery and self-identity.

Playwright Nick Carr was awarded a commission through the Audible Emerging Playwrights Fund, an initiative dedicated to developing innovative original plays driven by language and voice. As an Audible commissioned playwright, he received funding and creative support to develop Wally Roux, Quantum Mechanic.

Note: Wally Roux contains adult language.

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©2019 Nick Carr (P)2019 AO Media LLC

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About the Creator

Nick Carr is a screenwriter and playwright from the Pacific Northwest. His work has been produced around the country, from Aspen to New York. He was the recipient of the Gary Garrison Prize for playwriting at the American College Theater Festival in Washington DC; a selected writer for Theater Masters’ Palm Beach Developmental Workshop Series; and a Kennedy Center Fellow at the O’Neill Playwrights Conference. His original pilot, The Roadside, won the Gold Prize for TV Drama Pilot in the 2015 PAGE International Screenwriting Competition. He holds a BFA in film and television production from the Savannah College of Art and Design and an MFA in dramatic writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. He lives in Los Angeles.

About the Performer

William Jackson Harper currently stars as Chidi in NBC’s hit comedy series The Good Place, opposite Kristen Bell and Ted Danson. The critically acclaimed Peabody Award-winning show received the AFI Award for TV Program of the Year in 2018, as well as Emmy, Golden Globe, and Critics Choice award nominations for Best Comedy Series. This year, Harper received a Critics’ Choice Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance. This summer, Harper stars in A24’s thriller Midsommar alongside Florence Pugh and directed by Ari Aster. This spring, Harper completed production in Participant’s untitled legal drama focused on the scandal revolving around the DuPont chemical company. Directed by Todd Haynes (Carol) and produced by Mark Ruffalo, Harper will star alongside Anne Hathaway, Tim Robbins, and Bill Pullman. His additional feature film credits include Paterson, True Story, and All Good Things. On television, Harper will next appear as the character Xander opposite John Krasinski in the second season of Amazon’s Jack Ryan. Additionally, Harper has made guest appearances on numerous acclaimed television series including 30 Rock, The Blacklist, Law & Order, and High Maintenance. Born in Dallas, Harper has an extensive background in theater, co-starring alongside Cristin Milioti in After the Blast at Lincoln Center, as well as on Broadway in the Tony Award–winning play All the Way, with Bryan Cranston. Most recently, Harper made his playwriting debut with the drama Travisville, which centers on a Texas church community untouched by the tumult of the civil rights movement. The play opened in October 2018 at New York’s Ensemble Studio Theatre to critical praise, with The New York Times noting Harper’s "serious writing chops."