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Kaufman, James (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____), “Ask Me No More Questions,”

a 95-minute drama  in English, set in New York, over several weeks, 1997,

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© 1997 by James Corey Kaufman;  •  script/rights available from James Corey Kaufman, Ph.D., Associate Research Scientist, Educational Testing Service, MS 16-R, Rosedale Road, Princeton, New Jersey 08540, U.S.A., telephone (609) 734-5792, e-mail jamescoreykaufman@hotmail.com.  •  Cited by James Corey Kaufman, via ftp, September 16, 1998; Kaufman says,

Dramatis Personae Simone (f), a young woman; Doug (m), a much older man.

Synopsis “Simone, in reading through the personal ads, find one she likes: "Generous MWM, 64, seeks attractive F, 21-30, for discreet relationship." She secretly responds by telephone. She meets the ad’s owner, Doug, a much older man who is cheating on his wife. Why? He doesn’t say completely. He has had trouble with sex, he says. Simone coaxes him into opening up about his children and his grandchildren. A playful fight suddenly turns into lovemaking, however. Simone leaves shaken but intrigued. Simone and Doug continue seeing each other, revealing too many secrets and hurting those people close to them whom they least want to hurt.”

Comment  See playwright’s website at www.jamescoreykaufman.com.”

See also James Kaufman’s:

Themes confession, discretion, fidelity, generation gap, grandparent-grandchild relationship, intercourse, lovemaking, marriage, May-December relationship, parent-child relationship, personals, sex.
 
 

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