Olivia Childs is a famous environmental artist, a charismatic woman
Start: I couldn’t take my eyes off him. He was like something out of The Arabian Nights. I kept expecting to see peacocks and jeweled elephants stamping in the distance.
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I was so full of him, I thought my heart would burst. Zanzibar! Come on, jump with me… It was there that he taught me how to live on orchids and read the stars… Zanzibar, say it!
For full monologue text please see Howe, Tina. Approaching Zanzibar and other plays. Theatre Communications Group, New York, NY. 1995. p. 19.
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