By Phyllis Nagy.
Cast: 1m., 2w. "In three sharp scenes, Nagy presents the viewer with shifting perspectives in the aftermath of an alleged rape. In the first scene a rich, confident young man who has been acquitted of rape charges describes his version of the story to a female academic who is writing a book about the alleged event. In the next scene the academic interviews the young woman, who is hostile towards her. The final scene is a flashback to the night of the alleged rape. Each scene seems to carry a truth, but finally you cannot be certain of what happened, even if you have decided which side you're on." (Theatre Week) In this caustic and wry play, Ms. Nagy gives us both the truth and the lie about this random meeting of two people and the politics of sexual pursuit. Simple set. Approximate Running Time: 45 minutes.