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Cefaly, Audrey L. (American playwright, Web publisher, 1967-____), “Bill, New Guy,”

a 35-minute comedy-drama in English, set a mailroom, anywhere, the present (2003),

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; • © 2001 by Audrey L. Cefaly; • in Audrey L. Cefaly’s Deconstruction (Bowie, Maryland, U.S.A.: The Author, 2001) ; • script/rights available via e-mail from Audrey L. Cefaly, 12414 Sandal Lane, Bowie, Maryland 20715, U.S.A., e-mail acefaly@phillips.com or alcefaly@yahoo.com, telephone (home) 301-352-3797, http://www.audreycefaly.com. • Cited by Audrey L. Cefaly via ftp January, 21, 2004; Cefaly says,

§ Dramatis Personae Gerald, 35, gay; Bill, 35, soft-spoken, lonely; Gina, 30, New York Italian, verbose.

§ Synopsis “It's Bill's first day in this crazy mailroom, where Gina, an Italian-American mother of four, is having morning sickness and raving about her husband's ineptitudes. Meanwhile, Gerald is holding his breath, hoping for news about a long-awaited adoption possibility for him and his partner.

§ Comment “One scene, simple set. Visit Website for text sample: www.audreycefaly.com.”

§ Themes abortion, adoption, homosexuality, pregnancy.



See also Audrey L. Cefaly’s

  • "Deconstruction," a 18-minute drama in English, set anyplace, anytime, 1m1f
  • "Fin and Euba," a 18-minute drama in English, set on a porch, Northern Florida, U.S.A., late evening, 2001, 2f
  • "New Hope," a 45-minute dark comedy in English, set in McComb Funeral Home, rural Alabama, U.S.A., 2001, 2f
  • "Piano Man," a 40-minute comedy/drama in English, set in a back room of a piano store, anywhere, the present (2003), 2m

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