Johnson, Claudia (American playwright, 19__- ), "Propinquity,"
a 50-minute comedy in English set in and around a university campus, March, 1997,
© 1996 by Claudia Johnson, script/rights available from Palmetto Play Service, P.O. Box 123, Pendleton, South Carolina 29670-0123, U.S.A., telephone (work) 864-225-1725, fax 864-225-1725, email Palplay@concentric.net, http://www.cris.com/~Palplay. Cited to Webmaster by Claudia Johnson via e-mail, March 28, 1996; Johnson says,
Dramatis Personae Dale (m), a college freshman; Rupert/Roo (m), Dale's friend; Alexis (f), an English instructor; Marshall (m), an English instructor
Synopsis "Dale and Rupert (Roo), friends since boyhood, approach the end of their freshman year away at college. For Roo, it has been a year of indulging the appetites whetted by the first taste of freedom. For Dale, it is the year he meets Alexis, the woman who yanks the training wheels off of Love. The only problem is that she is his English instructor. Well . . . not the only problem . . . she lives with MARSHALL, who is Roo's English instructor. In his efforts to win Alexis, Dale has turned in a paper designed, presumably, to impress her with his worldly insight into literature. The only problem is that he didn't write it-Roo did. Well . . . not the ONLY problem-Roo has turned in the same paper to Marshall.
Comment "With so many opportunities for disaster in such
proximity, can even Love find a way?"
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