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46 Beacon

46 Beacon

by: Bill Rosenfield

by: Bill Rosenfield

Overview

Boston July 1970. Robert, a visiting English actor appearing in a local theatre invites Alan, a somewhat naive usher back to his hotel room after the performance. They talk. They laugh. They learn from one another and not surprisingly, they have sex. By the end of the evening they’ve learned more about each other and themselves than they bargained for.

46 Beacon is about two gay lives which intersect at a crossroads where one savors his differences and the other wishes only to be a part of the mainstream.

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Cautions

  • Caution Mild Adult Mild Adult Themes

Details

  • Time Period: 1970s
  • Target Audience: Adult

Authors

Bill Rosenfield

Bill Rosenfield is a transplanted American playwright now living permanently in the UK. His plays include 46 Beacon ( Trafalgar Studios, West End; Hope Theatre, London, Blank Theatre LA Living Room Series)) True Fans (The Abbey, Orlando; Blank Theatre LA Living Room Series) Sunshine and Shadow (Blank Theatre LA, Living ...

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