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Stage Door Lines Act 1.1
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Bern: oh alright
Bern: terry Randall come in? Not yet.
I saw her sitting in Berger's office. I guess she gives up hard.
Bern. Is berger doing any casting?
Listen, why don't you try making the rounds once in a while instead of sitting on your bustle and writing letters---
Bern. I make the rounds but all you see is the office boys.
Well, who do you think sees the letters?
Bern. Well if they won't see you and won't read the letters, where do you go from there?
If you find out I wish you'd tell me.
Mattie. Either you girls eating home?
Mattie. Anyhow, it's ready
Olga. Yes, yes.
Look, you don't want to go out tonight, do you? I've got an extra man.
Olga. I am rehearsing.
Olga. Tonight. I play the piano for a lot of chorus girls to sing and dance. That's what I am doing tonight- and every night! For that I studied for fifteen years with Kolijinsky!
Well, look, all I did was ask you if you wanted to go out tonight.
Jud. Oh goody goody goody! I got a letter from home!
Jud. Mmmm! Pa got laid off. My sisters husband left her. And one of my brothers slugged a railroad detective. I guess that's all. Yes. Lots of love and can you spare fifty dollars.
Nothing like a letter from home to pick you up... look, Judy, what are you doing tonight?
Jud. I don't know. Why?
I've got an extra man.
Jud. You mean dinner?
Yes. Fellow from back home in Seattle. He's in the lumber business. He's here for a convention.
Jud. Sounds terrible.
No, he isn't bad. And he's got this friend with him, so he wanted to know if I could get another girl
Jud. Is the friend also in the lumber business?
I don't know. What's the difference!
Jud. Hell just be breezy. "Hello beautiful"
If we don't like it we can go home early.
Jud. Well-- do we dress?
Jud. Okay I kind of feel like stepping out tonight.
Swell. We'd better start. It's getting late.
Jud. I'll be ready
Ken. Don't forget us!
Send us a piece of wedding cake!!!!
Terry. Yes. And when I walked out on Broadway again it seemed the most glamorous street in the world. Those beautiful Nedick orange stands, and that lovely traffic at Broadway and forty fifth, and those darling bums spitting on the sidewalk--- oh my!
Bobby. Oh it's my new young man. Mattie, tell him I won't be a minute.
Wait a minute, mattie. Give us a chance to get upstairs.
Mattie. Miss madeleine!
Mattie. Couple gentlemen down here say they calling for you and - somebody.
Milh. Oh well as long as she's good natured.
(Furiously) well, is this what you call dressing?
Why, didn't you come I'm overalls!
Pow. This is Lou milhauser, girls. Miss Madeleine Vauclain and -uh-
(Sulkily) this is miss Canfield.
Bern. I'm seeing the theatre guild tomorrow. They're going to revive "madame x"
Anybody want some chop suey? Terry? Kaye?
Jud. Chop suey? I thought it was rarebit.
We didn't have any beer, so I'm calling it chop suey.
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