Summer 2012 • Vol. XXXIV No. 3 DramaJuly 1, 2012 |

Fat Sal’s Café

Cast of Characters FAT SAL BODIEGROTESQUE HEADS Older than Bodie. Slow of speech and movement. Has an air of gravity, worry, duty, sadness.Younger than Fat Sal. Quick and friendly, a mobile and deceptive face.Can be done by the actor who plays Bodie, but they probably require a third actor. At least three different masks should be used. NOTE: Fat Sal and Bodie may be played by two men or two women, but should not be played by a man and a woman. If they are played by women, then Fat Sal will call Bodie "Miss Bodie," and the list of titles on pages 7-8 should be adjusted to suit gender. Scene Fat Sal's Café. Minimal set, with just the wall and stove Time Now   A shabby white wall, seven feet tall and perhaps ten feet wide. A hole, the size and height of a face, is cut in it. FAT SAL stands Downstage of the wall. He wears a colorful apron, has a huge watch on his wrist, holds a large spoon. He stands next to a small stove; on it are a big po

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