Woo at the Zoo
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Lauinger, Joe (American playwright, Sarah Lawrence College professor, 1947-____), “Woo at the Zoo,”
a 20-minute comedy in English, set at a bench at the zoo in front of the monkey house, U.S.A., tea time, 1996,
© 1996 by Joe Lauinger;
• in Joe Lauinger’s Woo at the Zoo (Ossining, New York 10562, U.S.A.: The Author, 1996);
• scripts/rights available from Joe Lauinger, 34 Hudson Street, Ossining, New York 10562, U.S.A., telephone (home) 914-762-0839, (work) 914-395-2264, fax 914-762-0839, e-mail email@example.com.
• Cited by Joe Lauinger via ftp, June 17, 1998.
_______ (m), an ordinary guy; _______ (m),a gorilla; _______ (f), an avid Anglophile.
“The scene is a bench at the zoo. In front of the monkey cage, an ordinary guy meets a woman who is an avid Anglophile with an English accent—or is it phony? Within fifteen minutes they share insults, a box of crackerjack, declarations of undying love, a divorce—a lifetime. Then a gorilla comes . . . .”
• "Joe Lauinger’s Curriculum Vitae: B.A. University of Pennsylvania (summa cum laude), M.A. Oxford University, M.A. Princeton Princeton University, Ph.D., Princeton University."
• Page mounted August 2, 1998, updated March 25, June 10, 1999, January 20, 2003, September 1, 2009, by the Webmaster.
Anglophilia, cage, Crackerjack, divorce, English accent, first encounter, gorilla, language, love, monkey, reality, wooing, zoo.