Start with an agoraphobe, a narcoleptic, a temporary amnesiac, and an apraxic who cannot perform physical actions upon request, add a ruthless identity thief with a taste for fine food and you get a raucous comedy that explores both the idiosyncrasies of human nature and the power of love. Bunny Temple is an agoraphobe living in New York. Once a week he organizes a gathering of his friends, each of whom has been relegated to the sidelines of society. What makes this get-together different is that Bunny has become the victim of an identity theft that has left him penniless and on the verge of expulsion from the safe harbor of his apartment. When the four decide to find the thief themselves, the amateur sleuths end up with more than they had bargained for.
The NJ Star Ledger described A Beautiful Home as "endearing" and "winsome". The Alameda Star Ledger declared "This one is a winner!" "An empathetic, witty look [that] finds the humor in the relationships of four well-drawn characters", writes the Montclair Times. And The Mountainview Voice called A Beautiful Home "nothing less than side-splitting."
Praise for Three Plays: Vigilance, Ghost in the Light, and The Stone Trilogy by Ian Walker
"A riveting, emotional journey. stunning." ~ Wanda Sabir, The San Francisco Bay View (The Stone Trilogy)
"A unheralded little gem. terrific writing. Adventuresome and compelling." ~ Douglas Gordy, Slant Magazine (Ghost in the Light)