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“O, Baby, Baby!—Belly Dance 201”

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Horton, G. L. (aka Geralyn Horton, American playwright, critic/reviewer, actor, director, 1940-____), “O, Baby, Baby!—Belly Dance 201,”

a 10-minute bare-stage play for a dancer in English, set in a dance classroom, U.S.A., 2002,

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; • © 2002 by Geralyn Horton • in G. L. Horton’s O, Baby, Baby!—Belly Dance 201 (Newton, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: The Author, 2002); • scripts/rights available from G. L. Horton, 49 Washington Park, Newton, Massachusetts 02460, U.S.A., telephone 617-630-9704, e-mail g.l.horton@mindspring.com; full text available at http://www.stagepage.info. • Cited by G. L. Horton via ftp January 7, 2004; Horton says,

§ Dramatis Persona The Belly Dance Instructor (f), attractive, talented.

§ Synopsis “An American belly dance instructor shows her class the secrets of the traditional moves, along with some autobiography and analysis revealing what it is like to dance on the knife's edge in the Middle East.

§ Comment “The recorded traditional belly dance music should come from the instructor's boom box, or appear to do so.

§ Themes Arabic dance music, art, belly dance, courtship, culture clash, fantasy, pride, purdah, romance, self-expression, veil.



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