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A screenplay by Marsha Casper Cook
Noah is miserable. Noah runs a party planning business called Party Time left to him by his father. His mother, Rosalind Meyers, would do anything and go to any length, even coming to town in bad weather to get him married. After all, his mother believes that’s what will bring him true happiness.
The bright spot in his life is being a part-time coach of a Special Olympics team of pre-teen boys hoping to play basketball like everyone else. They look to Noah to help them fulfill that.
Noah’s only salvation is the person who understands him most and fixes everything for him is his office administrator and jacqueline of all trades, Annie.
When the school Noah coaches at is threatened with closure, his mother comes to town, and a mysterious man joins the staff at Party Time, Annie begins to manage more than Noah’s personal life.
It’s only a matter of time with the perfect woman is right there beside Noah that a budding romance takes shape.
Marsha Casper Cook is a talented author and storyteller. Written as a screenplay, It’s Never Too Late is witty, charming and an enjoyable read. You can imagine yourself backstage and watching the performance, seeing the characters come alive. I can’t wait to see is It’s Never Too Late on the ‘big' screen.
~Author J.D. Holiday
Marsha Casper Cook is also the author of six published books and 11 feature-length screenplays. Her screenplay