About the Book
A philosophical bartender, a broken-hearted hooker, an idealistic novelist, and a gal from the Sally Ann—four characters play out their desperation and dreams in a dingy New York bar circa 1951. Hrant Alianak has given these B-movie types a place to act out their fantasies. The result is a sometimes pathetic, sometimes hilarious pastiche of lonely midnights, love for sale, and the losers who always hope.
“An entertaining play of outstanding integrity and artistry.”
“Uproariously funny…inspired satire…hugely entertaining, especially the brilliant marathon soliloquies.”
—The Globe & Mail
- DRA013000 Drama/Canadian
- 80pp 5.5 x 8.5 in