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“One More Time: Dance 301”

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Horton, G. L. (aka Geralyn Horton, American playwright, critic/reviewer, actor, director, 1940-____), “One More Time: Dance 301,”

a 10-minute drama in English, set in a dance classroom, U.S.A., 2002,


; • © 2002 by Geralyn Horton • in G. L. Horton’s One More Time: Dance 301 (Newton, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: The Author, 2002); • scripts/rights available from G. L. Horton, 49 Washington Park, Newton, Massachusetts 02460, U.S.A., telephone 617-630-9704, e-mail g.l.horton@mindspring.com; full text available at http://www.stagepage.info. • Cited by G. L. Horton via ftp January 9, 2004; Horton says,

§ Dramatis Personae Sharon (f), 25-45, an adult student of modern dance; Marva (f), 25-45, Sharon’s friend, who is in the same dance class.

§ Synopsis “Sharon can't seem to free herself from her obsession with a charismatic dance teacher. After a couple of years she thought she was over him and decided to take one of his classes again ‘just because he's good.’ But once again she finds herself involved with and publicly rejected by a man who is a notorious heartbreaker. She should have known better: That's what friends like Marva are for—or isn't it?

§ Comment “The actresses don't really have to dance—class is over. But they do have to be able to look as if they could dance.

§ Themes art, beauty, dancing, friendship, teacher-student relationship, romance, sexual attraction, trust.

See also G. L. Horton’s

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