Sunny Days in Oakland
Ugulini, Michael (aka Mike Ugulini, Canadian playwright, 1957-____), “Sunny Days in Oakland,”
a __-minute drama in English, set in an office, 2006,
© 2006 by Michael Ugulini;
• in Mike Ugulini’s Sunny Days in Oakland (Toronto, Ontario, Canada: The Author, 2006);
• script/rights available from Mike Ugulini, 417-270 Wellington Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5V 3P5, Canada, e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 416-598-0250 or 905-562-4173 ext. 231.
• Cited by Mike Ugulini via e-mail, November 11, 2006.
Mr. Lamont (m), 60, accountant; Peter (m), 63, building maintenance worker; Lily (f), 50, accountant’s assistant.
“Mr. Lamont, a career accountant, says good-bye to his assistant of thirty years, a woman who has served him faithfully since she was twenty years-old. After working her last day for him, she will move to New York, where her husband has accepted a job transfer and promotion. Mr. Lamont is in turmoil. The office building in which he has worked for forty-years will be torn down in two months to make way for luxury condominiums. He faces, also, his one and only personal assistant's leaving him. He must cope despite the constants in his life being taken away from him.
• “Set has two desks, two chairs, two filing cabinets, a small counter to prepare coffee. Lighting through a stage right wall window and door must evoke grey day becoming sunnier.”
• “Michael Ugulini won 1st place in the WRITESAFE 4th Quarter writing contest in 2005 for his short script ‘Ice Cream.’ Also, he won 1st place in the American Gem Short Screenplay competition (2006) for his short script ‘Parched.’”—Michael Ugulini via e-mail, November 12, 2006.
friendship, lost dream, marriage, passage of time, yearning.
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