This collection of nine monologue plays, five for women and four for men, covers a variety of moods and styles that includes a homicidal tomcat, a maddeningly elusive squirrel, a Pittsburgh street person who believes he is Jesus, a mad French Canadian on a bus, a dead girl giving up her child, a vitriolic collector of ballads, and other unique souls, all trying to survive in an irrational and hostile universe. A unique blend of poetry and lunacy that compliments Nigro's other monologue collections Genesis & Other Plays, Labyrinth & Other Plays, and Cincinnati & Other Plays.
The King of the Cats
Madeline Nude in the Rain Perhaps
KeywordsAdolescence, Aging, Betrayal, Business, Childhood, Christianity, Current Events, Death, Friendship, Love, Marriage, Memory, Parenting/Family, Politics, Religion
- Mild Adult Themes