Nude on the Beach
Other Plays by Johnna Adams
Adams, Johnna (American playwright, 19__-____), and Martin E. Williams (American playwright, 19__-____), (“Nude on the Beach,”
a 30-minute comedy in English, set in _____, _____,
© ____ by Johnna Adams and Martin E. Williams;
• in Johnna Adams and Martin E. Williams’ Nude on the Beach (_____, _____, U.S.A.: The Author, _____);
Darryl (m), husband; Geese (f), wife.
“Darryl and Geese are experiencing marital difficulties. Their free-thinking preacher has advised them to take a trip to a local nudist beach and reintroduce themselves to one another without the defensive armor of clothing and emotional barricades.
“To strip or not to strip, that is the question. But are Darryl and Geese ready to lay bare their souls and their less-than-perfect bodies? 'Nude on the Beach' is a 30-minute romp with a charmingly-dysfunctional couple, as they attempt to resolve lifelong feelings of inadequacy with ten seconds of nudity.”—Untitled Document, http://www.lickspittles.com/nudebeach.html, accessed November 22, 2007.
dysfunctionality, inadequacy, marriage, nudism, nudist beach, religion.