No, it’s not a play about the Major Leage Baseball franchise Los Angeles Dodgers, but instead about a bunch of Vietnam draft dodgers that stars former One Life to Live and All My Children revival cast members: Corbin Bleu (Ex-Jeffrey King) and Eric Nelsen (Ex-AJ Chandler).
The actors will perform in the new play The Dodgers which is set to have its premiere in Los Angeles at the Hudson Theatre.
In story, four boys in a band who expect to play music, do drugs and make love must face a lottery that will send at least one of them to Vietnam, propelling them to take daring and dangerous steps to dodge the draft. Bleu takes on the role of Simon, while Nelsen will play the role of Chili. The play was written by Diana Amsterdam.
Back in 2015, the stage reading of the play brought out the likes of Finn Wittrock, Billy Magnussen and Mackenzie Mauzy in the leading roles, all of whom have gone on to success following their daytime soap starts.
The new production begins on January 21st and ticket info can be viewed here.
So, if you are in the Los Angeles area might you be intrigued to check out Corbin and Eric live in their new play? Let us know!