Bark Yourself is a monologue I wrote and performed in 2001. I also made a recording of it – if you’d like to hear it email me and I’ll send you a copy.
Frank likes to be useful. He’s there when he’s needed. He likes to have a purpose and there always seems to be someone ready to give him one. He’s too trusting, far too trusting. When he ends up in prison, the fall guy for a crooked builder, he meets Tracey and learns about revenge. But is Tracey someone he can really trust at last?