CAST OF CHARACTERS
The time is someplace in the fairly near future, damn nearer than you think. At curtain rise, we see what is by today's standards a totally hip pad. It is crowded with cultural symbols of our time: a large inflatable vinyl Campbell's Soup can, numerous Peace symbols, doves, clenched fists, a black-and-white poster depicting rhinos fornicating, Lyndon Johnson playing Clyde while Lady Bird - also holding a machine gun - plays Bonnie, a "Make Love Not War" fresco done with Pepsi Cola bottle tops on a background of a tattered American flag drenched with fake Mercurochrome blood. The floor is littered with at least 7,000 copies of Screw, Rat, The East Village Other, The Realist, et al. A somewhat dusty paper Tiffany lamp advertising Heinz 57 Varieties of Pot dimly illumines the scene...