The Stallion Howl

by  Dale Wasserman

Short Play, Comedy  /  3m, 3f

The subject is retroactive jealousy, specifically sexual jealousy. A seemingly happy couple in the Midwest is subjected to severe strain when the wife is left a large gift of money by a notorious womanizer with whom, presumably, she once had a relationship. Will the happy marriage now shatter?

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The Stallion Howl

by  Dale Wasserman

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    3m, 3f
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    Mystery/Thriller

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The subject is retroactive jealousy, specifically sexual jealousy. A seemingly happy couple in the Midwest is subjected to severe strain when the wife is left a large gift of money by a notorious womanizer with whom, presumably, she once had a relationship. Will the happy marriage now shatter? Surprises occur, and the play makes a brave (but possibly reckless) attempt to answer Dr. Freud's famous question: "What do women want?" Boy on Blacktop Road and The Stallion Howl may be joined to make a full theatre evening, or may also be performed separately. If together, there is almost a complete overlap of cast.
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Dale Wasserman

Dale Wasserman wrote for theater, television and film for more than 50 years and is best known for the musical Man of La Mancha, a multiple Tony Award winner. He also wrote the stage play One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, b ...

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