THE STORY: In the words of Stanley Kauffmann, the play, ...which is a fantasy of the corruption of innocence, concerns a fourteen- or fifteen-year-old boy, well-dressed and well-spoken, who--when we meet him--has been sitting daily on a bench in front
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7hey 7o Malcolm afraid ain't baby begin Bloody Mary buddy cats Champagne chateau child Cjirard colm coming contemporary dear DOCTOR Doddy DRAMATISTS PLAY SERVICE drink drunk Eloisa Brace enters ENTRE-SCENE Estelle Parsons everything exits fade father GIRARD GIRARD gonna Goodbye gotta hand happy hear heard HELIODORO Henderson Forsythe honey hundred and ninety-two hunh husband JAMES PURDY Japanese wrestler JEROME Jo Malcolm JOCKO kisses Laughs Laureen Raphaelson leave look MADAME GIRARD make-up Malc marriage married mean MELBA MILES Moving never ninety-two years old Nodding painting pause pederast portrait Professor Cox Qoes Robert Viharo SCENE Shaking his head Shrugs smile sorry splendor STREETWALKER suppose sweet sweetheart talking tell There's thing tiny Unh-hunh Victor Arnold waiting walk wanna what's woman wonder Xisses Yeah young