BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS 2F Laurie

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Nora Oh God he was so handsome Always dressed so, dapper his shoes always shined I always thought he. should have been a movie star like Gary Cooper,only very short Mostly I remember his pockets. Laurie His pockets,Nora When I was six or seven he always brought me. home a little surprise Like a Hershey or a top He d tell. me to go get it in his coat pocket So I d run to the closet. and put my hand in and it felt as big as a tent I wanted. to crawl in there and go to sleep And there were all. these terrific things in there like Juicy Fruit gum or. Spearmint Life Savers and bits of cellophane and, crumbled pieces of tobacco and movie stubs and nickels. and pennies and rubber bands and paper clips and his. grey suede gloves that he wore in the wintertime,Laurie With the stitched lines down the fingers I.
Nora Then I found his coat in Mom s closet and I put. my hand in the pocket And everything was gone It was. emptied and dry cleaned and it felt cold And that s. when I knew he was really dead Thinks a moment Oh, God I wish we had our own place to live I hate being a. boarder Listen let s make a pact The first one who. makes enough money promises not to spend any on, herself himself but saves it all to get a house for you. and me and Mom That means every penny we get from,now on we save for the house We can t buy. anything No magazines or bubble gum Nothing Is it a. Laurie thinks What about movies,Nora Movies too,Laurie Starting when. Nora Starting today Starting right now, Laurie Can we start Sunday I wanted to see The Thin.
Nora Okay Starting Sunday I ll go with you,LOST IN YONKERS 2M. by Neil Simon,Acting Notes Blocking Notes,Jay I hate coming here don t you. Arty In front of fan It s hot I m so hot, Jay I d hate coming here if I was cool Pop doesn t. even like to come and it s his own mother I was so. afraid of her when I was a kid She d come out of that. door with a limp and a cane and looked like she was. going to kill you When I was five I drew a picture of her. and called it Frankenstein s Grandma,Arty Did she ever see it. Jay If she did you d be an only child today Pop said. she could swing her cane so fast she could have been. one of the greatest golfers in the world, Arty All I remember was I hated kissing her It felt.
like putting your face on a wrinkled ice cube, Jay Yeah she s cold all right She was she only one. at Mom s funeral who didn t cry I wonder why Pop s. talking to her for so long for,Arty Because she s deaf in one ear isn t she. Jay Yeah Did you ever notice there s something, wrong with everyone on Pop s side of the family Mom. used to tell me that,Arty She didn t tell me Like who. Jay Like all of them Like Aunt Bella She s a little. points to his head you know closed upstairs,Arty I don t care I like her Nicer than hot house.
Jay I didn t say she wasn t nice But she s got,marbles rolling around up there Mom said she got. that way because when she was a kid Grandma kept, hitting her in the head every time she did something. stupid which only made her stupider,Arty lays on the floor in front of the sofa She. wasn t stupid at making great ice cream sodas,Jay Hooray Wonderful She s 35 years old and she. can make ice cream sodas They don t give you a high. school diploma for getting the cherry on top of the. whipped cream,Arty She went to high school, Jay A little She missed the first year because she.
couldn t find it,PRISONER OF 2ND AVENUE 1M 1F,by Neil Simon. Acting Notes Blocking Notes,Edna Nobody steals dental floss and mouthwash. Only sick people do Only that s who live in the world. today SICK SICK SICK PEOPLE, She sits wrung out emotionally Mel crosses to her puts. his arm on her shoulder comforting her,Mel It s all right It s all right Edna He looks. through some papers on the table, Edna Can you imagine if I walked in and found them.
here What would I have done Mel,Mel You were very lucky Edna Very lucky. Edna But what would I have done,Mel You d say Excuse me close the door and. come back later What would you do sit and watch,Why do you ask me such questions It didn t happen. Edna It almost happened If I had walked in here five. minutes sooner,Mel Walking away from here You couldn t have. been gone only five minutes It took the Santini, Brothers two days to move everything in three junkies.
aren t gonna move it all out in five minutes,Edna Seven minutes eight minutes what s the. difference,Mel Opens the door looks at lock The lock isn t. broken it s just jimmied I don t even know how they. got in here,Edna Maybe they found my key in the street. Mel If you didn t have your key how were you going. to get back in the house when you went shopping,Edna I left the door open. Mel You left the door open, Edna I didn t have a key how was I going to get back.
into the house, Mel So you left the door open In the city with the. highest crime rate in the history of the world you left. the door open, Edna What was I going to do Take the furniture with. me I was only gone five minutes How did they know I. was going to leave the door open,Mel They know They know A door opens it. doesn t lock the whole junkie world lights up Door. open 14th floor 88th Street and Second Avenue They. Edna They don t know anything They have to go,around trying doors. Mel And what did you think They were going to try, every door in this house except yours Let s leave 14A.
alone fellas it looks like a nice door,Edna If they re going to go around trying to open. doors they have twenty three hours and fifty five, minutes a day to try them I didn t think they would try. ours the five minutes I was out of the house I gambled. Mel What kind of a gamble is that to take If you,lose they get everything If you win they rob. somebody else,Edna I had to shop There was nothing in the house. to eat tonight,Mel All right now you have something to eat and.
nothing to eat with,Edna starts to pick up things,Mel What are you doing. Edna We can t leave everything like this I want to. Edna The place is a mess We have people coming,over in a few minutes. Mel The police YOU want the place to look nice for. the police You re worried they re going to put it in. they re going to put it down in their books Bad, Housekeeper Leave it alone Maybe they ll find clues. Edna I can t find out what s missing until I put,everything back its place. Mel What do you mean You know what s missing,The television the liquor the kitchen money the.
medicine chest and the Hi Fi That s it isn t it Pause. Isn t it Edna looks away Okay what did they get,Edna Am I a detective Look you ll find out. He glares at her looks around the room doesn t know. where to begin He decides to check the bedroom He,storms down the hall and disappears Edna knowing. what soon to expect sits on a chair in the dining area. and stares out the window She takes out a hanky and. wipes some dirt from the windowsill Mel returns calmly. At least outwardly calm He takes a deep breath,Mel Where are my suits. Edna They were there this morning They re not,there now They must have taken your suits. Mel Still trying to be calm Seven suits Three,sports jackets Eight pairs of slacks.
Edna If that s what you had that s what they got,Mel I m lucky my tuxedo is in the cleaners. Edna Still staring out the window They sent it back. this morning,Mel Well they did a good job of it Cleaned me. out Left a pair of khaki pants and my golf hat, Anybody asks us out to dinner this week ask them if it s. all right if I wear khaki pants and a golf hat DIRTY. THE ODD COUPLE 2F,by Neil Simon,Acting Notes Blocking Notes. Flo Staring at the door That s funny isn t it Olive. They think we re happy They think we re,enjoying this Gets up and begins to straighten up.
chairs They don t know Olive They don t know what, it s like She gives a short ironic laugh tucks napkin. under arm and starts to pick up dishes from table, Olive I d be immensely grateful to you Florence if you. didn t clean up just now,Flo Puts dishes on tray It s only a few things. She stops and looks back at the door Can you imagine. they actually envy us Clears more stuff off table, Olive Florence leave everything alone I m not through. dirtying up for the night,Flo Gets rest of dishes glasses and coasters from.
table It s just a few dishes You want me to leave them. here all night, Olive Takes her glass which Flo has put on a tray and. crosses to bar for refill I don t care if you have them. cleaned by your dentist but don t make me feel guilty. Flo Takes tray into kitchen leaving swinging door,open I m not asking you to do it. Olive She moves up to the door That s why you,make me feel guilty You re always in my bathroom. hanging up my towels Whenever someone smokes, you follow them around with an ashtray Last night I. found you washing the kitchen floor shaking your head. and moaning Footprints Footprints,Flo Comes back to table she dumps the ashtrays.
then wipes carefully I didn t say they were yours, Olive angrily sits in wing chair Well they were mine. damn it I have feet and they make prints what do you. want me to do climb across the cabinets,Flo No I want you to walk on the floor. Olive Can I Oh that s wonderful,Flo Crosses to telephone table and cleans ashtray. there I m just trying to keep the place livable I didn t. realize I irritated you that much,Olive Then don t wipe the telephone Some of my. favorite fingerprints are on that telephone,Flo Puts down ashtray and rag on coffee table and.
sits down glumly I was wondering how long it would. Olive How long what would take,Flo Before I got on your nerves. Olive I didn t say you got on my nerves, Flo Well it s the same thing You said I irritated you. Olive You said you irritated me I didn t say it,Flo Then what did you say. Olive I don t know what I said What s the difference. what I said,Flo It doesn t make any difference I was just. repeating what I thought you said,Olive Well don t repeat what you thought I said.
Repeat what I said My god that s irritating,Flo Holding cup I m sorry Forgive me Olive I. don t know what s wrong with me, Olive Paces And don t pout If you want to fight we ll. fight But don t pout Fighting I win pouting you win. Flo You re right Everything you say about me is,absolutely right. Olive Really angry And don t give in so easily I m. not always right Sometimes you re right, Flo You re right I do that I always figure I m wrong. Olive Only this time you are wrong And I m right,Flo Oh leave me alone.
Olive And don t sulk that s the same as pouting,Flo I know I know She squeezes cup with anger. Damn me why can t I do one lousy thing right,THE ODD COUPLE 2M. by Neil Simon,Acting Notes Blocking Notes,Felix Staring at the door That s funny isn t it. Oscar They think we re happy They think we re,enjoying this Gets up and begins to straighten up. chairs They don t know Oscar They don t know what, it s like He gives a short ironic laugh tucks napkin.
under arm and starts to pick up dishes from table, Oscar I d be immensely grateful to you Felix if you. didn t clean up just now,Felix Puts dishes on tray It s only a few things. He stops and looks back at the door I can t get over. what Murray just said You know I think they really. envy us Clears more stuff off table, Oscar Felix leave everything alone I m not through. dirtying up for the night Drops poker chips on the. Felix Putting stuff on tray But don t you see the,irony of it Don t you see it Oscar. Oscar Sighs heavily Yes I see it,Felix Clearing table No you don t I really don t.
think you do,Oscar Felix I m telling you I see the irony of it. Felix Pauses Then tell me what is it What s the,Oscar Deep breath The irony is unless we can come. to some other arrangement I m gonna kill you That s. Felix What s wrong Crosses back to tray puts down,Oscar There s something wrong with the system. that s what s wrong I don t think two single men living. alone in a big eight room apartment should have a,cleaner house that my mother. Felix Gets rest of dishes glasses and coasters from. table What are you talking about I m just going to put. the dishes in the sink, Oscar Takes his glass which Felix has put on a tray and.
crosses to bar for refill I don t care if you take them to. bed with you you can play Mr Clean all you want but. don t make me feel guilty, Felix Takes tray into kitchen leaving swinging door. open I m not asking you to do it Oscar You don t have. to clean up,Oscar He moves up to the door That s why you make. me feel guilty You re always in my bathroom hanging. up my towels Whenever I smoke you follow me,around with an ashtray Last night I found you. washing the kitchen floor shaking your head and,moaning Footprints Footprints. Felix Comes back to table with silent butler into, which he dumps the ashtrays then wipes carefully I.
didn t say they were yours, Oscar angrily sits D R in wing chair Well they were. mine damn it I have feet and they make prints What. do you want me to do Climb across the cabinets,Felix No I want you to walk on the floor. Oscar I appreciate that I really do,Felix Crosses to t. BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS 2F by Neil Simon Acting Notes Blocking Notes Laurie So What are you going to do Nora I don t know Leave me alone

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