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Licwinko, Michael (American playwright, director, 1955-____), “Blind Spot,”

a 35-minute comedy in English, set in a comedy club (green room and stage), just before a performance, evening, October, 1996,

3m,

© 1996, script/rights available from Michael Licwinko, 234 Emerson Avenue, #10 Charlotte, North Carolina 28204, U.S.A., telephone (home) 704-374-9282, mlicwinko@hotmail.com. Cited by Michael Licwinko via ftp, October 22, 1997; Micci Licwinko says,

Dramatis Personae Darrell (m), JT (m), Melvin (m).

Synopsis “Darrel represents JT. Melvin is trying to find an agent. JT arranges for Darrel to watch Melvin. Darrel, however, has other motives. The comics he represents also become his sexual toys. JT feels Darrel is not paying enough attention to his career. JT has been contacted by another agent who promises him the moon. Melvin auditions for Darrel. He stinks, but Darrel wants to represent him, anyway. When Darrel will not pay JT what he wants, he exposes Darrel’s motives to Melvin.

Comment “All three men have a blind spot in their characters. They must decide whether they can continue to live with them once they have been exposed.”

Themes agent, audition, blind spot, career, comic, exposure, pay, privacy, representation, rivalry, sexual toy, supervision.
 
 
 
 

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