Michael McKeever


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by Michael McKeever

At 54 years old, Terry Parker finds himself at a crossroads in his life. After the loss of his partner of 30 years, he finds himself suddenly single and unable to adjust to a world that has moved on without him. After a night of heavy drinking, he wakes up with a 28-year-old bartender-slash-Uber-driver. These two very different people begin a tentative relationship, and what starts out as a one-night stand becomes a journey of self-discovery for a man trying to let go of the past and move forward, while dealing with the pressures of being middle-aged, gay and alone in the ever-changing landscape of today’s America.

Production Notes

Character List

Terrence Parker, a recently widowed gay man, 54

Justin, a bartender / Uber driver, 28

Cassandra St. Claire, an art agent, ageless


Aone-room studio in the East Village. Today.

“A stunning new work by accomplished playwright... An amusing, heartfelt and emotionally astute look at love, loss and the struggles of facing an uncertain future.”—OnStage Blog

“The protagonist of this new play by Michael McKeever steps gingerly out of grief’s stasis and into the unknown.”—The New York Times


Michael McKeever

Michael McKeever has written 35 full length plays that have been produced at theatres around the world. Theaters in the United States and Canada include Penguin Rep, Marin Theatre Company, New Conservatory Theater Center, Phoenix Theatre, Stage West, Island City Stage, 1st Stage, Buffalo United Artists, Actors’ Playhouse, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Florida Studio Theatre, and Florida Stage. His plays have also received productions in some of the most prestigious theaters in Europe and...[FULL BIO]


Rave Reviews for the 2022 Off Broadway Penguin Rep Production!

“A very intelligent, absorbing look at contemporary relationships and the conflicts that keep us all from aging with joy and peace of mind. The three actors are perfect and the writing is both honest and engaging. This play is a real discovery.”

– Rex Reed