Where's Sancho I is the first in a series of plays which address contemporary issues faced by modern man; issues such as the seeming endless pockets of war worldwide or obscene righteousness or the emerging New Middle Age. This book contains two plays. The one act play (Beating Drum) is set in Roman times, given birth by Cicero's and Julius Caesar's writings, and ponders the reasons to go to war. Surprisingly, Roman and present day logic, excuses and reasoning are frightenly similar. The two act play (Two I's) deals with the unintended consequences of government actions in creating things like the Patriot Act and Military Commissions Act. How far are they from Germany's Enabling Act? Here, a veterinarian returns from an international meeting and is quickly declared a person of interest. A writer, stockbroker, lawyer, and painter kibitz on the veterinarian's dilemma from their detached view points and insights. The play ends with a perspective or alternate view on how things may be seen.