Solo theatre piece about the gaps and links between the rich and poor. A beggar can be beautiful...You like her - you're drawn to her. Yes, you think - there's money in your purse - you'll give her some of it. And a voice says - Why not all of it? Why not give her all that you have? Be careful, that's a question that could poison your life. Your love of beauty could actually kill you. A discomforting journey into the mind of a middle-class New Yorker as he begins to question the validity of his cosy existence. How painful is it to relinquish the fruits of privilege?
Archive :: production:T01117185487, play:S3270, venue:V382
Originally shown at Edinbugh Festivfal Fringe 1996.