Distraught at the lack of any stimuli, an old man’s five senses are concerned that he’s dying, which means the end for them as well. As a final tribute, Sight, Hearing, Touch, Smell and Taste reminisce about poignant moments they remember from the man’s life. They are joined by Intuition, who senses that the man is not necessarily dying of old age and suggests that they all recount the last stimulus they remember in the hopes that they can figure out what happened. As they put it all together, they realize what has occurred and try to help him…and themselves. An excellent play for contests with its lean structure, minimalist staging, and challenging roles of playing senses, which like theatre itself, must work together for a living whole. Finalist in the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival One-Act Play Contest and the 12th annual Chameleon Theatre Circle's One-Act play contest.