by Duncan Pflaster
Set in 1968, the play is a poetic homage to the style of Tennessee Williams. Brother Linus is a monk who has been exiled to a remote monastery on an island, where he has lived alone in quiet contemplation for the past 20 years. Then, during a huge thunderstorm, a young man named Christian washes up on the beach with memory loss, and in giving succor to him, Linus begins to question to what exactly he is truly devoted, and if he has allowed his life to be wasted.
- Cast Size: 2M
- Running Time: 90+ minutes
- Royalty Rate: $75 per performance
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About the Playwright
Duncan Pfllaster is a multi-award-winning indie playwright from New York City. He is best known for his Beckettian Romp The Underpants Godot, which was produced in New York, San Francisco, and Arizona. Other plays include Nothing but Thunder, Malvolio’s Revenge, Messin’ With the Kid, Fourteen Hundred and Sixty Sketches of Your Left Hand, The Empress of Sex, The Taint of Equality, Prince Trevor Amongst the Elephants, The Thyme of the Season, The Starship Astrov, The Wastes of Time and many many more. His action-comedy films Strapped for Danger and Undercover Vice: Strapped for Danger II, produced by Scorpio Film Releasing, are available streaming on GayBingeTV. www.duncanpflaster.com