BOYS by Paul Dunn
ARMY SLUT BOY just wants real love. HAM and CHEESE BOY just wants to change the world. And TAMBOURINE BOY? Well... he's got rhythm. Lotsa rhythm. A one-man show about three BOYS (sorry... young men) and their lives, loves or lack thereof. Paul Dunn's tour-de-force solo show - which features the favourite "Tambourine Boy at Christian Summer Youth Camp" monologue - is a look at three 20-somethings in the late 90's, seeking to come of age. A critical hit and audience favourite of the Montreal Fringe, and Theatre Direct's 2000 Buncha' Young Artists... Festival.
Keywords: gay, solo, monologues
"Paul Dunn's solo play, BOYS... is a riotously funny and intricately woven story of three 22-year-olds facing a bleak future..."
"...the script is bursting with sympathetic humour, with just enough mordant implications to keep us feeling intellectually respectable"