THE STORY: PASSPORT, deals with a lonely middle-aged newspaperman, a little the worse for drink and sadly convinced of his ineffectiveness and failure as a person. Out of his monologue spoken perhaps with the aching desire that someone will miraculously hear, and care, comes a remarkable portrait of a man alone—wanting to feel alive again but reconciled to an existence without real meaning or purpose.
“There are no special effects, no gimmicks. But there is considerable truth.” —Wall Street Journal.
“He is a deft craftsman, with the ability to etch character in sure, swift strokes and with an accurate ear for the nuances of dialogue.” —Jersey Journal.
“…tight dramatic form alive and playable.” —New York Post.
Included in the collection Friday Night