Through an extended monologue, a middle-aged African-American man reflects on growing up black but not angry, his struggles as a playwright, his experience as an exotic dancer, reflections on his liberal arts background and it’s lingering effects, and his journey from “individual satellite” to married man.

Ultimately, it’s the loss of his son that forces him to face the precipice between continuing to write or abandoning his creative journey altogether.

One African-American male. Handsome. 50-ish, but could pass for younger. Well-built. Slender.
Alonzo d. LaMont