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Hammer Down

Hammer Down

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Published by Adam Macy
The play about Forbod, the craftsman who invented the airplane.
The play about Forbod, the craftsman who invented the airplane.

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Published by: Adam Macy on Nov 22, 2010
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 ACT 1
 Workshop I.1
(Forbod is relaxing alone with a book of poetry)
Adam enters frantically)
Forbod, we need your work, the sofas are not beingmade fast enough, your quickness of hand is requiredimmediately.FORBOD:
I will come, I understand your tenderness and yourneediness, please do not fret, do not worry, I willcome to the factory and place my gifted fingers underyour control, please stay for a beverage while Iprepare.(
Forbod slowly gathers his tools)
Your sadness seems misplaced.FORBOD:
I remember my wife. She was ashamed of mycraftsmanship. The glory of these hands were shunnedby her.ADAM:
(Adam has heard this before, he is annoyed.)
We really must go. You are the only one that canproduce enough sofas for tonight, come, let us go.(
Street I.2
(Pessah and Aron sitting on a stoop plotting.)(Forbod and Adam enter carrying tools en route to thefactory.)
Are you benefiting the shortage?FORBOD:I am.PESSAH:
I see, well then the town is alive for you tonightForbod, I hope you find it well.FORBOD:
Well enough my friend, I see the stars joining me onthis evening, my companion addresses me, I dress, andwe move, the power is relevant.PESSAH:So it seems.

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