Alejandro Morales


Haunted by an encounter with a French chanteuse in a gay bar, Danny escapes post 9/11 New York to go to Paris … and come face to face with a tragedy he would do anything to forget.


In 1962, US spy planes uncover secret missiles in Cuba and a cryptic telegram uncovers painful memories for sultry singer Marguerite Stone.


When Benny moves in with Naldo and Mallory, all three must wake up from their grand illusions about their lives, their art and their love for each other.

Alejandro Morales is a New York based playwright. He is the author of the silent concerto (Two FringeNYC Awards, 1 Innovative Theater Award), sweaty palms (1998 Van Lier Fellowship Recipient, Mabou Mines), sebastian (2003 Whitfield Cook Award), expat/inferno (Fringe NYC "Overall Achievement Award"), marea, castle of blood, the october crisis (to laura), william bell, adrian on the island and On Rachmaninoff's Birthday. His work has been developed and presented at the Public Theater, INTAR, South Coast Repertory, HERE, The New York International Fringe Festival, Working Theater and Packawallop Productions where he is both a founding member and Associate Artistic Director. He was a 2008 Emerging Writer at the Public Theater and is an alumnus of New Dramatists. His work has been published by NoPassport Press.

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