Eble, Julie (American playwright, 1953-____), “Paradise Dance,”
a drama in English, set in an exotic dance club, weekday evening,
script/rights available from Julie Eble, 1525 Colonial Drive, Boothwyn,
Pennsylvania 19061, U.S.A., telephone (home) 610-558-9771. Cited by Julie
Eble via ftp April 4, 1998; Eble says,
Dramatis Personae Joey (m), club client; Paradise (f), club
exotic dancer; Rick (m), club bouncer.
Synopsis “Joey visits Paradise, an exotic dancer at her club.
He has given Paradise several gifts and has been fantasizing about her.
He asks her to go away with him. She begins to see how unrealistic his
fantasies have grown. The audience sees the contrast in their worlds. Paradise
calls for Rick, the bouncer to remove Joey. Joey reveals that he has taken
his fantasy beyond just his mind into actions that Paradise never intended.
Joey is removed from the bar; Paradise, untouched, scoops up the money
he left on the table.
Themes bar, exotic dance, fantasy, guard, reality.
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