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"Madonna Blue-A Mostly Monologue"

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DubelyeW, Didi S. (American playwright, screenwriter, poet, 1956- ), "Madonna Blue-A Mostly Monologue,"

a 15-minute mostly-monolog drama in English, set in Unknown Artist's studio, evening,

1f,

© 1996, script/rights available from Didi S. DubelyeW, Post Office Box #1330, Anthony, Florida 32617-1330, U.S.A., telephone (home) 352-622-5802, fax FLA-622-7846, e-mail ddsw@earthling.net. Cited by playwright via ftp, July 13, 1997; DubelyeW says,

Dramatis Persona Unknown Artist (f), 25+

Synopsis "The Unknown Artist discusses her status, her goals, and her mostly-unshakable belief in her own abilities. Other explored concepts include how theology compares to making art; both a 'calling'; how society remembers civilizations by the art left behind, and how misguided people prefer artists to struggle without national assistance or to 'get a real job.'

Comment "A tour de force for a talented actress. In this era of constant barrage against the National Endowment for the Arts, this Unknown Artist gives voice to the flip side of the battered coin. In a working artist's studio, the work is all covered and unable to be judged. The words and the passion of the Unknown Artist make the case. This play is easily performed by talent of twenty-something through a subsequent age. A shorter abridged and altered monolog excerpt (two-page length) is available. DubelyeW prefers direct contact, as agent only represents screenplays."

Themes art, artist, employment, National Endowment for the Arts, self-confidence, theology.




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