Bozzone, Bill (American playwright, 1947-____), “Saxophone Music,”
a __-minute drama in English, set in _____, U.S.A., 1984,
© 1984 by Bill Bozzone;
• in Ensemble Studio Theatre Marathon, '84, edited by Christopher Gould (New York: Broadway Play Publishing Company, 1988), ISBN 0881450308;
• script/rights available from Broadway Play Publishing, 56 East 81 Street, New York City, New York 10028, http://www.BroadwayPlayPubl.com;
• contact Bill Buzzone via e-mail email@example.com.
Emil (m), __, escaped mental patient; Hector (m), __, escaped mental patient; _____ (f), __, _____; _____ (f), __, _____.
“Two escaped mental patients, Emil and Hector, show how deep a relationship can go when roles shift.
• “A wistful, worm-turns comedy about the underclass.”— Mel Gussow, The New York Times.
• “Bill Bozzone's published plays include Rose Cottages, House Arrest, Korea, and Buck Fever and Other Plays. Among his published one-acts are ‘Sonny DeRee's Life Flashes Before His Eyes,’ ‘Salvation,’ ‘War,’ and ‘Saxophone Music.’ For film he wrote the screenplay Full Moon in Blue Water, which starred Gene Hackman, and co-wrote the ACE-nominated The Last Elephant (released on VHS as The Ivory Hunters.) Bill Bozzone is a member of New York's Ensemble Studio Theatre. He lives in Connecticut with novelist Tricia Bauer, and their daughter, Lia. ”—Bill Bozzone - Home, http://billbozzone.com/index.htm, accessed July 31, 2008.
escape, mental illness, worm-turns.