Bill Bozzone

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Rose Cottages

Rose, an old Black man who is as dilapidated as his tourist trap Florida cottages, is facing closure for health and safety violations when a punk kid skateboards in and a woman is dumped off by her son at the insistence of his floozy bride. The kid has no place to go and becomes a surrogate son who helps Rose fix up the place. The old lady has amnesia and thinks Rose is her husband and the kid is their son.

"Very funny... Mr. Bozzone... has an ability to spin cockamamie jokes almost nonstop in Act I and to create arresting characters."
--New York Times

"A beguiling fairy tale for adults. Bozzone writes with breezy wit and imagination."
--New York Post

Rose Cottages
"[S]ends the audience home high on fresh talent that one can't wait to encounter again."
--New York Times
Buck Fever
"A tickling exercise in sexual perversity."
--New York Times
"[T]he talented Mr. Bozzone has a gentle, wistful tone."
--New York Times
"Sonny DeRee's Life
Flashes Before His Eyes"

--New York Daily News

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