Claire Gray is fifty and single, one of Broadway's most respected directors. On a year's retreat from her career, she returns to her alma mater as a visiting professor, determined to write a "significant" play. Enter George McBeth, a gay local actor ten years her junior, who dreams of making it big. Each seduces and openly uses the other as a means to private ends, setting the stage for rude awakenings. Laced with an abundance of wit, sensuality, and suspense, "Rehearsing" will have lasting appeal to thoughtful readers, gay or straight.
Used availability for Michael Craft's Rehearsing
February 1993 : USA Paperback