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Metropolis Script

Metropolis Script

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Published by: Travis Dodd on Aug 29, 2010
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“METROPOLIS: THE SILENT MUSICAL”
 A WORK-IN-PROGRESSGretchen Greene School of Dance
 
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Savannah, GAOctober 2010
 
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SCENE 1: THE MARCH OF THE WOLF-MASTERSLight up on a bustling street high within the Metropolis.There is a mix of humans and androids. The androids are
noted by their clothing, silly servant’s clothes (maids,
butlers, mechanics, traffic cops, merchants, etc.,) whichare cartoonish in contrast to the gritty clothing of thehumans. They are also marked by a glowing brand which showstheir service number.SONGVocals begin.All turn their attention towards the screen, which shows
“vocal waves”. A dancer enters and dances out the message,
a little like a flight attendant demonstrates emergencyprocedures.SONGVocals complete. Music begins to fade.The dancer exits. The screen goes black. The humans shrugtheir shoulders, shake their heads in disgust, and go onabout their business. The androids, however, stare a bitlonger at the screen. Some slowly begin to look around,looking sheepishly at the other androids. They eventuallymove on, though a few must be pulled along by their humans.SCREEN
During transition, “Later that night…”
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