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Act Two, Scene Four
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Olivia Childs, 81, a famous artist dying of cancer, and Pony Blossom, her 9-year-old great-niece,
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Start: Olivia: There, this is more like it. Sit down, sit down. Pony pulls up a chair next to her and sits.
Olivia (casually plucks an orchid out of her vase and starts eating it): Mmmmm… Would you like to try one?
End: Olivia: It was there that he taught me how to live on orchids and read the stars… Zanzibar, say it!
Pony: Zanzibar! Hey, let’s play Geography!
Howe, Tina. Approaching Zanzibar and other plays. Theatre Communications Group, New York, NY, 1995, pp. 70-75.
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