Art. Music. Dance. Obviously, subjects no fault of their own, they provoke controversy from those afraid to be an artist, musician, or dancer. With life-road behind and road yet ahead, a painter-sculptor finds reason in art, a guitarist finds life again playing guitar and befriending a flamenco dancer. An alternative road finds Truth or Consequences an “agua de vida,” a “water of life” oasis for a rancher who mythologizes art, music, and dance as a coping strategy for his relationship ending with the painter-sculptor. Spanish-American Cuban War themes, and historic Spanish painters-sculptors also configure this inspirational full-length play for the screenplay L’Opposition.