By Jean Gralley.
Cast: 1m., 7w. (fewer with doubling, extras.) God creates fem in Her own image and then She decides fem needs a playmate, and so She creates male-fem. This witty satire has fun with the roles and attitudes of men (male-fems) and women (fems). Adam's Apple is a lively, hilarious jaunt through an inverted world. Adam, our poor protagonist, must learn his place in this society through three arenas of life: the Sunday School classroom, the dating game and finally, in desperation, on the couch of Seglinda Freud. But the show's humor is pointed; it is as hard-hitting on the timely issue of men's and women's roles as it is universally entertaining. Bare stage w/props.