A play in two acts by Conrad Bishop and Elizabeth Fuller. The play is set in Omaha in 1980. It deals with social issues and portrays the extreme violence and petty racism of middle class life in America. Ric, in his late twenties, delivers pizza, writes mangled poetry, drinks too much and loves his wife. His obsessive jealousy drives Beth to temporary refuge in her mother's home.
The 1982 co-winner of Louisville’s Great American Play Contest.
The original text
Published by Dramatists Play Service, 1986.
Translations and adaptations
Performance history in South Africa
NELM catalogue: [Collection: KORT, Maurice]: 2012. 379. 13. 58.
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