By Sam Bobrick
One Set – The living room of a small, run down house in the Midwest
2 Characters – 2 Men
Travis Pine, an unemployed disillusioned citizen, very disappointed by the U.S. government, is visited by an FBI agent who is there to try to get him to stop writing nasty notes to the President because it is depressing him greatly and affecting his ability to run the country.
AUTHOR'S NOTE: I wrote this play at the beginning of George Bush's second term when I could no longer tolerate his arrogance, dishonesty, ineptness and contempt for the common man. I think it's one of the best plays I've written.
TRAVIS PINE – A man in his late sixties
TOM WALKER – An FBI agent in his mid-thirties
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