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"The West Hollywood Affair"

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Reyes, Guillermo (Chilean-born American citizen, theatre professor, 1962- ), "The West Hollywood Affair,"

a 45-minute drama in English set in West Hollywood, California, late night, 1994,


© 1994, script/rights available from Guillermo Reyes, Arizona State University, P. O. Box 872002, Tempe, Arizona 85287-2002, U.S.A., e-mail reyes1@asuvm.inre.asu.edu, telephone (home) 602-829-3133, (work) 602-965-0519. Cited by playwright via ftp July 16, 1997; Reyes says,

Dramatis Personae Sebastian (m), 22, a Latin American immigrant; Ritter (m), 28, an Anglo-American

Synopsis "Two young men in a motel room have an affair. Scene by scene, as the evening wears on, they begin to uncover more about one another. Sebastian wants a love affair, Ritter wants anonymity (and is that his real name?) After they fall asleep, Ritter gets up and tries to escape but realizes, he is captivated by this young man and stays. The next morning, Ritter does the impossible: he agrees to return the following week. Sebastian returns the following week only for Ritter to uncover Sebastian's strange past in his Latin American country, turning the affair around."

Themes affair, gay-themed drama, Latin America, motel.


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