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Loved it, but can’t imagine that it ended as peacefully....

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Thanks for reading C! And for your sharp comment. You are quite right.

Amar is left nonplussed for now. He can't fight her directly because he doesn't want to lose her. But the next move is his and since he's used to getting his way, he'll work hard for her undivided attention. That's the fork I left the flash at but I'm curious too as to what he'll do next. BTW Deepak is simply doing his job as an employee of the "rent a gent" company so he'll comply with whatever she wants... :-)

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I wish I were a primary shareholder in Rent-A-Gent, it’s a novel idea with unlimited shelf life! No he can’t fight her directly, but he could create quite the scene!

You’re welcome, and I wish I had know if the conference you referenced, I’m local and would have attended!

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Aug 27, 2023·edited Aug 27, 2023Author

LOL! Absolutely. I do too. :-)

How cool that you're a fellow Bay Arean! BTW at the risk of sounding too self serving, I have a new play coming out that is being produced as a "stage read" by a local theatre company. If you have the time and space, I'd love to invite you to it. Details here:

This is to invite you to a staged reading of my play on September 16th produced by EnActe Arts, as part of their “New Works Festival”, in honor of its spiritual founder Jean-Claude Carrière. It’ll be held in San Jose.

Full schedule and tickets are below. And if my call isn’t attractive enough, maybe the line-up of items for the whole festival will help.

My play “The Wife” (working title) is one of three being unveiled at the festival. It’s a fully cast and directed "stage-reading" for audience viewing and reaction. There will be a talk back with each playwright afterwards.

Tickets for the whole festival here — https://enacte.org/enactes-new-works-festival/

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Thank you for the invite! I will attend, and I will make a point to intro myself. BTW, I don’t think it self-serving at all, men toot their own horns loudly all the time and no one says a word about the racket! And, ethnically speaking (middle-aged, educated, professional, black, American woman) the Play would have devolved into a boxing match! Thank you again!

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LOL! Wonderful!! And thank you - I look forward to meeting in person.

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You’re welcome!

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