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Double Naught: A Play in One Act

Double Naught: A Play in One Act

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Published by S. A. Scoggin
Mr. Smith Junior is upset with his fellow man for miscalculating when the century begins - the 20th century. On the eve of the false centennial, he spends his time trying to fix an heirloom clock while his young and hugely pregnant bride is the audience for revelations about her new family.
Mr. Smith Junior is upset with his fellow man for miscalculating when the century begins - the 20th century. On the eve of the false centennial, he spends his time trying to fix an heirloom clock while his young and hugely pregnant bride is the audience for revelations about her new family.

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Published by: S. A. Scoggin on Mar 17, 2009
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Double Naughta play in one actbyS. A. ScogginS. A. Scogginsascoggin@gmail.com 
 
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CHARACTERSMR. SMITH, SENIOR is a prosperous businessman in his mid-sixties.MR. SMITH, JUNIOR, his son, is in his early thirties.MRS. SMITH is in her mid-twenties. She is hugely pregnant.MR. and MRS. LARGENT are introduced later.
 
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SETTING A well-appointed parlor at about 11:30 PM on December31, 1899.Upstage, a flight of stairs rise out of sight.Downstage right, a partial wall contains a window whichlooks outside. Stage right is the door to the outer porch.Stage left is dominated by a huge ornate uprightgrandfather clock which does not tell the time. That taskis left to a rather plain round timepiece on the mantle which keeps us aware of the approach to midnight. Stageleft is also an interior door, to the pantry or kitchen.In the middle are an overstuffed couch and twoarmchairs open to the small fireplace. The walls arepapered beautifully but are otherwise bare. Everythingseems new, as if the owners have just moved in.

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