Three separate yet interconnecting monologues that present, with both sensitivity and humour, the vulnerability, isolation, loneliness, determination and survival of its three characters in today's cities.
'Little Boy Lost' - Howie, a 20-year-old country boy comes to the 'big smoke' to find a job and loses his innocence.
'Miss Rose and Frankie' - A feisty 65-year-old woman is forced to make a stand when she does not like what is happening to her friends at the Senior Citizens' Club.
'Poor Billy' - The job of a 28-year-old intellectually impaired man is threatened because of his relationship with schoolgirls.
- Comedy/Drama monologues
- 90 minutes
- 1 female, 2 male
- young adult
- Australian Script Centre