Alarm Clock Theatre Company presents An Evening of Israel Horovitz featuring two one-acts: It's Called the Sugar Plum and The Indian Wants the Bronx.
In It's Called the Sugar Plum, two young people deal with a death by
quarreling over whose life has been more changed by the accident and coldly
comparing the amount written about each in a newspaper covering the tragedy..
In The Indian Wants the Bronx, the viciousness that lies just below the
veneer of "civilization" is highlighted as two young men abuse a foreigner,
No Sunday matinee performance on Dec. 5.