Fall 1990 • Vol. XII No. 4 Drama |

To Be Read Aloud, Preferably with a Stranger

    to be read aloud, preferably with a stranger PART ONE. MALE & FEMALE female: i thought i would see you. i've been thinking how you don't— male: who are you? female:—remember me. do you remember— male: who are you? female:—seeing me and not remembering— male: i don't remember. female:—who i was? you thought i was— male: are you in computers? female:—in computers or else you thought— male: maybe you're in utilities? female:—maybe i was in utilities. but i'm not. male: i'm not— female: i'm a memorist. i collect— male:—the person you think i am. female:—memories. i'm the person you forgot— male: i have— female:—you told a memory to. i have— male:—no memory of you. female: —a memory of yours. which you forgot— male: if i did i forgot— female:—you told me. and you don't remember— male:—who you are. female:—that you forgot— male:—i to

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