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Kaufman, James (American playwright, psychologist, 1974-____), “Sweet as Cinnamon,”

a 17-minute black comedy in English, set outside of a coffee shop, 1995,

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© 1995 by James Corey Kaufman;  •  script/rights available from James Corey Kaufman, Ph.D., Associate Research Scientist, Educational Testing Service, MS 16-R, Rosedale Road, Princeton, New Jersey 08540, U.S.A., telephone (609) 734-5792, e-mail jamescoreykaufman@hotmail.com.  •  Cited by James Corey Kaufman, via ftp, September 18, 1998; Kaufman says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Mitch (m), a suitor; Cinnamon (f), a free woman; _______ (m), a ________________.

  §  Synopsis “Mitch is madly in love with Cinnamon, and has been pursuing her silently—verging on stalking her. However, Cinnamon is no ordinary woman, and indeed, not a victim. Cinnamon has just won release from juvenile hall. If Mitch intends to win her love, it can’t be through the usual methods.”

  §  CommentSee playwright’s website at www.jamescoreykaufman.com.”

  §  Themes conventionality, courtship, juvenile hall, love, pursuit, stalking, victimization.
 

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