Redemption of Fawler Mulrae, by M. Lennon
Perricone. Fawler is a high flying translator with a
wife and children. However, a chance meeting forces him to finally face
events from his troubled tenage.
Acts: Three tales from Boystown, by Howard Casner. Three
one-act plays dealing with the random nature of existence, and gay
culture in America.
Walls, by V. E. Kimberlin. Four one-act plays
filled with absurd humour and some unexpected insights into modern
Last White Family on Dorchester Road, by M. Lennon Perricone.
Terry, or Blaze Wilde as he is better
known, has just attempted to kill himself after his career as a gay
porn star was ending. Emotionally lost and physically damaged, he
returns to his mother and siblings, to a family trapped by poverty,
alcohol and the past. Terry is faced with difficult memories and
troubling revelations about who he actually is.
by M. Lennon Perricone. When a gay young man takes his doubts
to the confessional of a Catholic priest in this play, difficulties are
not long in following.
Year in Jerusalem, by Brian C. Petti. An old man
journeys back into his memories of life during the holocaust - painful,
poignant and unsettling.
Worthy Master of the Law, by Mark Scrivener. A
light-hearted comedy in blank verse with a late medieval or early
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