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Drama Scene. 4 People Acting. Very Interesting Piece Of Work. Only For The Very Creative.

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Music: "Come Out, Come out Wherever you are..."Setting: A room with a bed, presumably a bedroom - Dorothy in night attire, desperate(lights in)Wizard as Munchkin: (taking a fit) Four feet, one and a half inches is not short! (grumbles under Dorothy)Dorothy: (impatient) I wasn't trying to insult you. I just want to know how you got in!Wizard as Munchkin: (not listening) I'm the tallest one around! (grumbling continues)Dorothy: I really don't want to argue - I just want your help...Wizard as Munchkin: (interrupting) I'm not listening....Dorothy: Look, I'm sorry. Please just come out so we can talk reasonably!Wizard as Munchkin: (continues humming)Dorothy: I had the worst sleep and you're really not helping the situation.Wizard as Munchkin: I'm not here to help you, silly. Especially not after you insulted me!Dorothy: I'll do anything -Wizard as Glenda: ...even take off your slippers, Dorothy?Dorothy: (looks wildly around) What? Who's there?Wizard as Glenda: Would you even give back my sister's slippers, Dorothy?Dorothy: (looks down at feet, confused) I don't know what you're talking about. (pause) And what happened to...Wizard as Glenda: (mocking) It's okay Dorothy. I'll let you keep them. They won't benefit you now anyway.Dorothy: I never thought that [they would]... Take your goddamn shoes! (flings them across the room)Wizard as Glenda: Do not snap at me, my child. I have only been helpful. It was you who got yourself into this unfortunate circumstance.Dorothy: I don't know who you are or how you've been helpful at all but...Wizard as Glenda: (interrupting) How could you act so ignorant in the midst of such purity, Dorothy? You know that nothing goes unnoticed.Dorothy: If you're so pure, then you'll understand that I don't belong here.Wizard as Glenda: Ahhh...I'm sorry Dorothy, but it is because of my purity that I know that you do. It is time that you take responsibility for yourself.Dorothy: (lying, unsure) I haven't done anything.Wizard as Glenda: Precisely my point, Dorothy. I became worried by what you haven't done. We missed you at today's rally.Dorothy: I was out buying apples.Wizard as Glenda: Now, now, take responsibility, Dorothy.Dorothy: I bought three...Wizard as Glenda: (laughs) For whom? Certainly the lion won't be needing one. Or has the amnesia set in already?Dorothy: I'll never forget what you did to him!Wizard as Glenda: (insulted) How dare you accuse me! Don't you know who you're talking...

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