What would happen if a successful country singer, a man, recorded a passionate love song—to another man?
Buck and Buster, a country music duo, find themselves in that situation after they help Buck’s girlfriend with her new song, You’re My Man. Of course they were only in the studio showing her how the song should be sung. Who would guess that her jealous ex-boyfriend would get hold of the recording and use it for his own nefarious purposes?
It’s rollicking comedy with a serious message as Buck and Buster, and the entire country music industry, come face-to-face with homophobia. (Spoiler: homophobia loses.)
You’re My Man has roles for 4 men and 4 women. No special sets are needed. There is one particular costume need. The script is 85 pages, with two acts and 18 scenes.
Wouldn’t you like to take a moment now and read the first 15 pages?
If you would like a full script for perusal, or you wish to inquire about performance rights and royalties, email playwright at rosscarter.com.
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