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4m, 1f, with doubling / Thriller Dust is an edge-of-your-seat thriller. Martin is an executive with money and a paunch. Zeke, a gifted young man torn down by drugs, is an ex-con with street smarts and a minimum wage position. Early one morning, in the fitness center of the Essex House, a battle-of-wills begins over the most trivial of requests. As described in The New York Times review: "Verbal sparring turns angry, posturing leads to entrenched positions, and out of nothing - out of dust - a grudge match is born." Once Martin's daughter Jenny becomes entangled, the stakes are raised even higher - escalating a war for respect into one for revenge and ultimately survival. Who will be standing when the dust settles? "GREAT THEATRE IT'S FUN, IT'S EXCITING, IT'S ELECTRIC, IT MAKES YOU UNDERSTAND WHY THEATER IS SO SPECIAL." -WOR Radio "THRILLS in DUST EXCELLENT ACTING AND WRITING laced with mordant humor." - Associated Press "Dust begins with a struggle over power and respect. Verbal sparring turns angry, posturing leads to entrenched positions, and out of nothing - out of dust - a grudge match is born. Billy Goda tells his story in short, sharp scenes, each with a clear dramatic idea." -The New York Times "BILLY GODA'S DUST REVIVES THE POTBOILER THRILLER ... CRITIC'S PICK" - Back Stage "NYC THEATRE PICK" - Newsday.