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“Close Enough”


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Kaufman, James (aka James Corey Kaufman, American playwright, lyricist, author, psychologist, 1974-____), “Close Enough,”

a 13-minute drama in English, set in a coffee shop, afternoon, 2000,

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  •  © 2000 by 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.
;  •  script/rights available from Allison B. Katz, 58 E. Shrewsbury Place, Princeton, New Jersey 08540, U.S.A., allisonbkatz@hotmail.com.  •  Cited by James Corey Kaufman, via ftp September 10, 2001; Kaufman says,

  §Dramatis Personae Floyd (m), 28, _____; Young Floyd (m), 18, _____; Kate (f), 28, _____; Young Kate (f), 18, _____.

  §Synopsis “Kate and Floyd meet at a coffee shop after not seeing each other for ten years.  As they interact,  their younger selves simultaneously interact at their last meeting.  Their relationship obviously cannot work, now or then, despite mutual affection.”

  §Comment  One scene, small set.  •  Produced several times.  •  See script at playwright’s website www.jamescoreykaufman.com.

  §  Themes chance encounter, heartbreak, love, relationships, reunions, youth.

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