The International Stud: Scene 1
• The play opens in a dressing room where Arnold is preparing for his performance as a drag queen.
• A torch singer named Lady Blues finishes a ballad.
• Arnold begins a monologue sharing his frustrations at the lack of true love.
• Arthur is well aware of his own shortcomings but admits that he has much to offer the right person.
• Arthur tells the audience that the right man may just be in the audience tonight.
The International Stud: Scene 2
• Lady Blues sings a torch song between each scene
• As she finishes, lights go up on Ed Reiss, a homosexual man.
• He is having a conversation with Arnold, but the audience does not see Arnold on the stage.
• The dialogue is from Ed's perspective.
• Ed asks Arnold if the backroom is crowded, and Arnold apparently replies he does not know.
• Ed and Arnold are attracted to...
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