Boomerang 15th Anniversary Anthology
AUBERGINE DAYS by Roy Berkowitz
Sam and Sarah, a gay man with HIV and an elderly African-American women with cancer, find words to share with one other that he cannot say to his lover nor she to her lifelong friend who struggle to cope with their fear of losing someone they love.
GIANT-N-VARIATION by Frank Kuzler
A linguist confronts the idea that language is the most fundamental and essential form of human communication in times of mutual grief and pain – how the fragile nature of language strains to carry that burden.
LICKSPITTLES, BUTTONHOLERS AND DAMNED PERNICIOUS GO-BETWEENS by Johnna Adams
Three extraneous Danish court officials: a professional loud mouth (the buttonholer), a kiss ass for hire (the lickspittle) and a successful dastard (the go-between) are tossed out of court just as Denmark’s merchant fleet becomes of strategic importance in the Napoleonic war.
THE MONSTER TALES by Mary Jett Parsley Wrenn
There's nothing interesting about Mimi until a monster appears from under her bed and tells her the stories she weaves in her sleep, revealing her uniqueness, her beauty, and her true bravery.
Original scripts from Boomerang Theatre Company