Once again, Shepard deals with the landscape of American mythology this time with the greatest American myth of all: Hollywood. A young stuntman is hired by a movie producer to save his $8 million dollar picture from disaster by turning it into a disaster movie. The stuntman tries to maintain his own integrity, but comes to realize that he is more a part of the Great American Dream Machine than he had ever known.
Available in the collection Fool for Love and Other Plays.
"An evening of surrealist high jinks with serious perceptions underneath.... It is his most playful work, and one of his most accessible." - Village Voice