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“Piano Man”

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Cefaly, Audrey L. (American playwright, Web publisher, 1967-____), “Piano Man,”

a 40-minute comedy/drama in English, set in a back room of a piano store, anywhere, the present (2003),


; • © 2003 by Audrey Cefaly; • in Audrey Cefaly’s Piano Man (Bowie, Maryland, U.S.A.: The Author, 2003) ; • script/rights available from Audrey Cefaly, 12414 Sandal Lane, Bowie, Maryland 20715, U.S.A., e-mail acefaly@phillips.com or alcefaly@yahoo.com, telephone (home) 301-352-3797. • Cited by Audrey Cefaly via ftp January 21, 2004; Cefaly says,

§ Dramatis Personae Diddy (m), 35, college science professor; Albert (m), 35, concert pianist.

§ Synopsis “Diddy, a successful college science professor, and Albert, a concert pianist, have been out of touch since their abrupt breakup six months ago. When Diddy sees Albert at the local bakery and contacts him, the professor finds that the pianist has been living in the back room of a local piano store in a mall. They attempt to figure out the wrong turn in their eight-year relationship and the consequences of the professor’s discovery that Diddy had been cheating with one of his students.

§ Comment “One scene, simple set. Some sound elements required, with background piano music. • Visit the website, www.audreycefaly.com, for free downloadable text samples.”

§ Themes gay, homosexuality, infidelity, love.

See also Audrey Cefaly's

  • "Bill, New Guy," a 35-minute comedy-drama in English, set a mailroom, anywhere, the present (2003), 2m1f
  • "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

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