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Golden, Summer M. (American playwright, acting teacher, 1942-____), “The Fantasy,”

a 15-minute drama in English, set in a bedroom, U.S.A., 2001,

1m1f;

  •  © 2001 by Summer M. Golden;  •  script/rights available from Summer Golden, 4114 Iowa Street, San Diego, California 92104, U.S.A., e-mail zgolden1@cox.net, telephone (home) 619-298-5844.  •  Cited by Summer Golden via ftp May 27, 2001; Golden says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Wave (f), middle-aged woman, attractive; Jim (m), 45, unattractive.

  §  Synopsis “Wave, a prostitute, worries over her job’s diminishing financial returns.

  §  Comment “Does her unique solution to this problem make Jim a murderer?  •  One scene, one set. No costume changes. Easy to stage. No special requirements.  •  Produced by the Fault Line Theater in San Diego, 3152 Fifth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92103, U.S.A., telephone (619) 692-3382.”

  §  Themes crime, murder, wage, prostitute-client relationship, prostitution, sexual fantasy.
 

See also Summer Golden’s
 
  • The Cocktail Party,” a 15-minute bare-stage satirical comedy in English, set in a theatre, U.S.A., 2001, 1f
  • Solitary,” a 30-minute social commentary drama in English, set in a maximum security prison, U.S.A., 2002, 1m3f (1 male+3 males or females)

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