I AM GOAT one-act play by Mario Farwell
( Running time 50-60 minutes)
It’s a normal morning in Andrew Smith and Deidra Davis’ Bronx, New York apartment. Deidra is preparing for work as Andrew who is confined to a wheelchair stares out the window at the elevated line waiting for the next train. Deidra and Andrew are lovers and Deidra is very motherly and protective of Andrew. Andrew is a bit odd in that he thinks that he is turning into a goat because of experiment preformed on him at mental institution. The two lead a relative happy and uneventful life, until Dr. Carl Martin finds Andrew’s apartment. Dr. Martin arrives at the apartment to take Andrew back to the mental institution to complete his experimental treatment on Andrew. Deidra fights like a lioness to keep her man with her. During the tense struggle much is revealed about the life of the characters and lies they are entangled.
Don’t Hate Me ‘Cause I’m Beautiful By Mario Farwell
(Running time 15-20 Minutes)
The play takes a humorous look at the subtle and not so subtle attitudes of racism, sexism, and homophophia. It’s an allegory in which five animals waiting for a bus are forced to interact with each other, exposing their deep-seated prejudices.
Services With a Smile By Mario Farwell
(Running time 10-15 min)
A middle class woman on vacation in New York City has her world turned upside down when see witness a woman jump off a high-rise. An Good Sheppard Ice cream vendor further aggravates the situation by his insensitive attitude toward the event. The woman realizes that her life in a gated middle-class community is a farce and decides to make the ultimate statement.
Beans By Mario Farwell
(Running time 15-20 min)
The story of Jack and the Bean-Stalk as an urban fable.