Jackson On A Jaunt
Jackson is an egocentric insurance executive who is told he has contracted AIDS. But he was one of the two patients who were given the number 633 in the hospital that day. Which of them really has AIDS? With AIDS as a catalyst, Jackson undergoes a series of discoveries about himself and the society he lives in.
As If He Hears
As If He Hears focuses on the friendship between an AIDS volunteer worker and a man stricken with AIDS. Through each other, they discover life in death, and death in life. The play is a study about the lives of AIDS patients and the relationships they form.