Scott, Tommy F. (American playwright, artist, writer, director, 1954-____), The Ouroborous,
a 15-minute adult drama in English, set in a park, afternoon, 2001,
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§ Dramatis Personae Man (m), 31, an attractive young man; Woman (f), 22, an attractive young woman.
§ Synopsis Man sits comtemplative in a park describing the eternal connections of life . . . the ouroborous . . . the beginning and the end . . . the snakes which grabs its tail. His lover, dying from AIDS has killed himself. Woman has just aborted the child of a one-night stand. Each suffers, each is connected. . . . They realize just how much.
§ Comment First produced with success by Realism Update Theatre, Chicago [U.S.A.], this play derives its power through simplicity of production and action. Language is poetic yet not preachy. No actual set is needed, and other than a couple of hand props and a blanket, nothing else is required.
§ Themes adulthood, connectivity,
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