The Moons of Alnyron: A Play in Two Acts
In this mysterious and unpredictable play about space, young scientist Francis Webb is confronted by his employer for falling behind in his work. Embarrassed and apologetic, Francis explains that he has become obsessed with his research on the planet Alnyron and its three moons. He is sent to an elderly, asthmatic psychiatrist, Grace Stafford. To her horror, he arrives at her office with countless boxes overflowing with papers and files documenting everything from unique geology to extraterrestrial poetry. He describes strange peoples and odd colored sunsets and gives lectures on alien holidays and moon colonists. Undaunted, Dr. Stafford attempts to unravel his intricate, deep space world with unexpected results.
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