The Houston Lawyer Features Tom Hagemann's 'Breakfast at Eight'


The Houston Lawyer recently featured “Breakfast at Eight,” a play written by Gardere Partner and playwright Thomas A. Hagemann.

“Breakfast at Eight is a play filled with raw emotion to which every couple in a relationship can relate,” says Houston Lawyer Associate Editor Julie Barry in the published article. “…aside from the psychological therapy he garnered from writing ‘Breakfast at Eight,’ Tom truly loves the writing experience. He has been able to create a successful work by synthesizing his own personal experiences with his knowledge of acting and the social and psychological dynamics that come from years of courtroom experience.”

The complete article can be accessed here on page 44.

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