Gassner Award 2003

Dick has a unique method of predicting his fortunes. It's the size of his penis. He doesn't find this either unusual or sordid; sexuality has nothing to do with it. His daughter, Steph, may have inherited the talent using her breasts. When Dick finds out, he is threatened enough to use any strategy to destroy her confidence, including reinventing her history. The family battle that results is down and dirty. This play is a study of family relationships, dynamics, and both male and female myths.

Both funny and tragic,Size Matters is a play about modern attitudes with a family that hides its dysfunction behind best intentions. Two men, two women, with simple sets.

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