by Bradley Nies

On a summer night in 1979, a man picks up a male street hustler at a bus station in Houston, Texas, and they go to a motel that caters to the prostitutes that work in the area.  As the evening wears on, the hustler learns that he may be a pawn in a very dangerous game.  A game orchestrated by a man named Jeffery Dahmer.  After completing basic training in the US Army, Dahmer completed his Advanced Individual Training in San Antonio, Texas.  While no known killings happened during Dahmer’s stint in The Lone Star State, this edgy docudrama depicts a possible chance meeting of the man known as the “Milwaukee Monster” and a male prostitute bearing a resemblance to Dahmer’s first murder victim.

  • Cast Size: 3M
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

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Average Rating: 5.0 out of 5 (1 votes)
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Donald E. Baker

Gripping psychodrama

The audience will be on the edge of their seats trying to scope out whether the hustler who finds himself in a hotel room with Jeffrey Dahmer will live or die. In this exploration of the life experiences that bred a notorious serial killer, Nies has created a gripping and ultimately satisfying psychodrama that only relieves its underlying tension in its (and the hustler’s?) final moments.

10 months ago

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