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Ilana Eydus's plays including biography, theatres, agent, synopses, cast sizes, production and published dates
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Solo On Sax
Solo On Sax
Overture. A melody on a sax is interrupted by rock music. An energetic dance in front of the curtain. Act 1. Scene 1. Boring. Paula is having a lesson. A teacher shows something on the whiteboard, but Paula is too bored to pay attention. In the window she can see kids playing the ball outside. She is all with them, helping her friends to win. The teacher catches her distracted and reprimands. Paula is trying to concentrate, but it's too boring for her and other kids in the class. Reprise. I wish I could run away. Scene 2. Grandfather. Paula is at home with Leon. The grandfather is furious that Paula could not find him on the parking lot, when he came to pick her up after school. Instead she went to the school office and called the grandmother. Obviously, the grandmother explained it all to her husband. Paula has to listen that she is a bad student, brings the not-good-enough grades, late for school in the morning, and now failed to find her grandfather's car. Reprise. Paula with her pet hamster. I wish I could run away from this all.
Written by Victor And Ilana Eydus. Completed in 2006, Solo on Sax is about teenagers today, their problems and desires. Set in a fictitious town in sunny California, these kids believe Arnold Schwarzenegger, invest in the stock market, enjoy life, and don't want to work. With a lot of subtle humor (but no pie throwing), it is a fun and easy show.
Stageplays.com, 2006 -
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