Trilogy for Two

Marty and Jerry, a writing team whose careers have recently stalled, work on a new script. They improvise scenes to get their creative juices flowing – including: Bad actors performing Hamlet . . . First-timers at a nudist colony . . . Mail that’s never delivered to Buenos Aires, South Africa . . . and a man who is publicly disgraced because he sleeps with his pillow before he marries it.

But nothing works for them because Marty has an emotional need to add meaning to his writing, while Jerry wants the audience to be entertained with belly laughs. As they search through old photo albums for inspiration, they reminisce about their lives, loves, and losses. Who will win the battle between art vs. entertainment? Or is there another battle to be won?

Two men. One set.

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