Uncle Fritz sits on the verandah of a restaurant in a tropical country, sipping a blood red drink and planning the seduction of his waitress. He speaks about the nature of love, his war memories, and the relationship of God to werewolves. He sees the world as a grand opera and his experiments on humans as his own works of art. This is a dark mediation on the nature of evil delivered by an old man who has been to its core and found much satisfaction. Published in DeFlores and Other Plays.