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“A Personal Exchange”


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Ritchie, Rebecca (American playwright, January 29, 1949-____), “A Personal Exchange,”

a 40-minute comedy in English, set in the studies of a man and woman, several months, 1991,

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;  •  © 1991 by Rebecca Ritchie; • in Rebecca Ritchie's A Personal Exchange (Williamsville, New York, U.S.A.: The Author, 1991);  •  script/rights available from Rebecca Ritchie, 71 Old Orchard, Williamsville, New York 14221, U.S.A., e-mail rtritchie@att.net, telephone (home) 716-689-0868, fax 716-332-4004.  •  Cited by Rebecca Ritchie via ftp January 6, 2002; Ritchie says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Lee (m), 35; Shirl (f), 35.

  §  Synopsis “Two lonely people correspond by email.  She devoutly wishes connection; he struggles to break through the isolation he’s created. They finally meet on the dance floor where a tango forces Lee’s decision.

  §  Comment “______________.”

  §  Themes loneliness, e-mail, isolation, tango.

See also Rebecca Ritchie’s:

  • Buying a Brassiere,” a 15-minute comedy-drama in English, set in the lingerie department of a large department store, daytime, 1999, 2f
  • "Rachel Calof," a 75-minute comedy-drama in English, set in North Dakota, 1894-1944, 1m2f


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