SKYLINE: TALES OF MANHATTAN
A collection of short stories by William Ivor Fowkes.
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"In SKYLINE: TALES OF MANHATTAN, award-winning playwright and author William Ivor Fowkes presents stories of New Yorkers—gay, straight, and confused—making startling connections and discoveries. On the West Side, a man approaching his 60th birthday tries a new haircut, with disastrous consequences. On the East Side, a Park Avenue Republican gets a taste of life on the "down low" in Central Park. In the East Village, a struggling writer papers his kitchen wall with rejection letters. In SoHo, a graphic designer takes drastic steps to get the attention of her editor. At MOMA, a woman physically attacks a man examining a sculpture she doesn't like. Downtown, a transplanted New Orleans cabaret singer deals with life and love in the aftermath of 9/11. There are 19 stories in all—enough to demonstrate that Manhattan's residents are just as striking as the city's celebrated skyline."
A Play in Two Acts by
William Ivor Fowkes
It’s the Year of our Lord 1999. Retired gay men flock to the Sunshine Quest Club in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for dancing, companionship, flirtation, and nonstop fun. But not everyone is waiting for them with open arms.
ALL IN THE FACULTY
A Play in Two Acts by William Ivor Fowkes
Brilliant professors can be rank amateurs in the field of self-knowledge.
"Golden by" Ned Jenkins yearns for tenure at Humbert College in upstate New York, but his hopes are dashed when he refuses to get romantically involved with the wife of his department's chairman and the ensuing political battle divides the whole campus.
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105 FIVE-MINUTE PLAYS FOR STUDY AND PERFORMANCE
Published by Smith & Kraus Inc., 2017. March 2017
Includes TABLE MANNERS IN GRAMERCY PARK, a short play by William Ivor Fowkes. SYNOPSIS: A romantic meal. A great NYC restaurant. Will that be enough to convince her not to drop him?