In ACT BREAK, selfish second-rate playwright Maury Winkler wishes for a better writing partner than his ailing colleague Harry. THE BURNING MAN appears on the road and tries to hitch a ride during a heat wave in the 1930's. In DEALER'S CHOICE, four poker pals sit down for a game with a mysterious stand-in named Nick. Written by
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In "Dealer's Choice", Jake remarks that he thinks the Devil lives in New Jersey. In, "I of Newton" the Devil appears in human form with a T-shirt that temporarily says in one scene, "Hell is a city much like Newark". See more
[opening narration for "Act Break"
Maury Winkler, struggling playwright and occasional bill payer. Maury knows that all the world's a stage and all the men and women merely players. What Maury doesn't know is he is about to take center stage in an off-Broadway production in the Twilight Zone.
References A Streetcar Named Desire