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“Don't Call Me Loretta”


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Gall-Clayton, Nancy J. (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____), “Don't Call Me Loretta,”

a 15-minute comedy in English, set at a picnic table at expressway exit, Saturday afternoon, summer, 2000,

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  •  © 2000 by Nancy J. Gall-Clayton;  •  script/rights available from Nancy Gall-Clayton, 1375 South Second Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40208-2303, U.S.A., e-mail nancygallclayton@earthlink.net, telephone (home) 502-636-5836, fax 502-634-8751.  •  Cited by Nancy Gall-Clayton via ftp January 6, 2002; Gall-Clayton says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Doug (m), __, an artist; Buck (m), __, a hulk of a truckdriver; Angie (f), 31, woman with small feet.

  §  Synopsis “Artist and his wife are headed to North Carolina—he to paint the Venus fly traps, she to read and relax—but it’s far from relaxing when they get lost. Over the husband’s protests, a truck driver offers advice and literally gets into the wife’s sandals before sending them on their way.

  §  Comment “One scene, nothing complicated.  •  This play was semi-finalist in the Theatre Oxford Ten-Minute Play Contest.”

  §  Themes art professional, gender difference, getting lost, small feet, Venus flytrap.
 

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