EVERYTHING IS OK - Unbelievable - Man

Author Paul Bowman
New Albany, Indiana


Time: Present                                 

Situation: A man who has just been fired goes home to his family and finds solace in his infant son’s love for him.

Subject Matter: Loss, Self-Worth, Work, Family, Political Correctness, Love, Sexual Harassment, False Accusations

Note from Playwright: The basic action of John's firing actually happened to a former co-worker.  The end of the monologue is something I have experienced as a father.


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