director - AUTHOR - actor - producer
Fresh out of Mackinaw Conservatory's School of Theater, Eli, Hunter, and Nick have relocated to Manhattan's Upper-Upper West Side bound by an oath that friendship shall conquer all. Amid bitchy brunches and failed one-night stands, these friends- as promising as they are promiscuous are on a quest to have their voices heard over the roar of city.When they get a chance to work in summer stock, this "family" is forced to find out the hard way what it takes to become the ultimate anything: a somebody.
Day jobs pay bills and hand jobs stroke the ego, but handling betrayal with grace is the best way to prove who is a true Lady.
"Jeremy Scott Blaustein is a terrific writer. The story involves three good friends, a trio of young men, who come to the city to become rich and famous through show business. And so they go, with a bit of sex mixed in. This may encourage you to buy THE HOME FOR WAYWARD LADIES, but there's no denying that Blaustein is quite the talented novelist." - Peter Filichia
"The Home for Wayward Ladies isn't just funny. It's laugh-out-loud, read-out-loud-to-your-friends, snort-a-cocktail-out-your-nose, lose-bladder-control kind of funny. A gem of a debut in the effervescent tradition of Patrick Dennis and Armistead Maupin" - Marc Acito (How I paid for College)
"The Home for Wayward Ladies made me laugh out loud, but with a lump in my throat for those funny, warm, real and delightful characters. They're your brother, your son and your friend and it's a treat to hear their very honest, smart voices." - Iris Rainer Dart (Beaches)