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Micci, Ronald V. (American playwright, 1948-____), “Two Views: A Crash Course in Life,” a 15-minute melodrama in English, set in a bus stop, during morning commute, 2001,

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  •  © 2001 by Ronald Micci;  •  script/rights available from Ronald Micci, 75 Vreeland Avenue, Rutherford, New Jersey 07070, U.S.A., telephone (home) 201-438-3267, (work) 212-297-7290, e-mail RVMicci@comcast.net.  •  Cited by Ronald Micci, via ftp November 10, 2001; Micci says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Guy (m), 25, the dreamer; Gal (f), 24, the girl of Guy’s dreams.

  §  Synopsis “A guy conjures up the girl of his dreams at the bus stop; they compare ‘crash course’ fantasies and prepare to run off together, but her idiosyncrasies give him second thoughts.

  §  Comment “Single set; no props.  •  Okay, here’s a new one-act that is a good fit for high school and college, a perfect ingenue piece.”

Addendum 020312: “Two Views: A Crash Course in Life (1m,1f) (15 min.)
Crash is the word, as a guy waiting for the commuter bus fantasizes
the girl of his dreams, only to learn that some fantasies aren’t
quite as accommodating as they might at first seem.”
  §  Themes betrayal, cute girl, commuting, dream, desert island, fantasy, love, mirage, rainstorm, romance, running off to sea, shotgun.
 
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