Walker is author of “Winston Churchill’s American Cousin and Other Tales”
and “These Forty Years Have Flown So Fast: Poetry by Scot Walker.” Available at iuniverse.com
- Eternal Bliss
Because he had sex outside the relationship, a gay man has been dumped by his partner. A handsome young man he had sex with steals everything including his clothes. The police are after him, and he has lost his law practice. He now considers suicide. After making a list of the reasons to live, versus those reasons to die, he takes a gun from his pocket.
Nudity – during final seconds.
One-Act: 10 min. – one set
- Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell
In today’s army, all men are gay. A lecherous captain kidnaps Kim and attempts seduction. Kim’s former lover effects a rescue, humiliating the captain in the process. A modern version of Plaustus’s “Swaggering Soldier” in which the roles have been reversed.
Two acts: 2 hours – one set
10M: plus extras, if desired