Whilst the play has it's fair share of what I'd title 'absolute idiots' the main antagonist is a drugged up rocker named Grey - who conveniently is the rather controlling boyfriend of my protagonist - Kel.
Now, not to spoil a story - if by some wonder this ever gets published - but the final scene of my play involves Grey and another key character betraying Kel in one of the worst possible ways. This is done whilst these characters are on drugs. This has been a tricky subject to tackle due to the nature of the play. It is dark but also entertaining at times, but I want the final scene to really hit home to the audience (if it's ever performed, which would be slightly awesome.)
My main aim is to show Grey for who he is, solidifying his role as an antagonist. But I also want people to see him in more depth. As more than an antagonist. Far too often are antagonists seen as parts of a plot structure and not an actual character. I want people to notice that Grey is a character, a troubled character, and possibly the most interesting one in the whole play. I am whole-heartedly looking forward to writing this scene and I hope that I do Grey justice and try and capture the drug scene in a way that gives insight onto such a sensitive matter.