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“Sea Spray”

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Martin, Roger (American playwright, actor, writer, 1930-____), “Sea Spray,”

a 12-minute romantic drama in English, set on a cliff overlooking an ocean, afternoon/evening, 1998,


  •  © 1998 by Roger Martin;  •  script/rights available from Roger Martin, 603 East Dilido Drive, Miami Beach, Forida 33139, U.S.A., e-mail rog603@aol.com, telephone (home) 305-674-1206, fax 305-674-4993.  •  Cited by Roger Martin, via ftp March 12, 1999; Martin says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Man (m), a youth; Woman (f), a florist.

  §  Synopsis “Man is sitting on bench on cliff overlooking ocean.  Woman, a florist, approaches with bouquet. For a year, once a month, she has left a similar bouquet, with a sealed card, on the bench.  This is a remembrance, but she does not know for whom the flowers are intended or the sender.  The man tells her his parents had sat on this same bench for many years, and wondered if the flowers had been sent by his sister with whom he had lost touch many years before.  Past lives of both the Man and the Woman are revealed. The play ends without the sender or the recipients being identified, and with the promise of further meetings between the Man and Woman perhaps leading to a new love.”

  §  Comment See also Roger Martin’s

  §  Themes bench, bouquet, cliff, floristry, ocean.

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