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My Side of the Story
MY SIDE OF THE STORY is set in the bathroom of Gil Ackerman, a powerful Wall Street broker who is sitting by the toilet, drinking tequila, his clothes spattered with blood. His son, Aaron, also a broker, arrives home to tell his father that he may have landed a two million dollar deal for their firm. Gil doesn't care about the deal, however, because he has been consumed with the idea that his wife, Sandy, may be having an affair. Aaron must suggest to Gil that perhaps he hasn't been faithful during his marriage either. Gil responds angrily and the father and son clash, but in the end find a common ground they hadn't realized they had before. For the first time in their lives they actually sit and talk, confide in each another, argue and in the end reconcile. They sit together, on the bathroom floor, waiting to see if Sandy will return.
|Time Period(s):|| Post-Modern 1990 - present|
|Play Type: ||Play|
|Runtime: ||Not Available|
|Set Complexity: ||Simple|
|Set Information: ||A bathroom|
|Year First Published: ||Not Available|
|Total Characters: ||2|
|Male Characters: ||2|
|Female Characters: ||0|
|Androgynous Characters:||Not Available|
|Minimum Cast: ||Not Available|
|Maximum Cast: ||Not Available|
|Cost: ||FEE: $25 per performance|
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|Publisher: ||Dramatists Play Service|
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|ISBN: ||Not Available|
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