Fashions for Men, and the Swan; Two Plays

Fashions for Men, and the Swan; Two Plays

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Fashions for Men, and the Swan; Two Plays

Fashions for Men, and the Swan; Two Plays

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ACT ONE

SCENE--A little shop. Down left is the display window; up left the entrance from the street; between the two a cashier's desk with a cash register upon it. There is a counter along the back wall and another along the right wall with shelves behind then and, over them, a little balcony.

A broad space between the counters leads through an archway up right to a rear room of the establishment. Before the window down left stands a table, displaying open boxes of cravats, suspenders, ladies' girdles, colored scarfs and bottles of perfume. Near it stands a rack of walking-sticks. There are two stools in front of each counter.

It is evening. ADELE sits behind the cashier's desk. OSCAR stands behind the counter at back speaking in low tones to the UNASSUMING LADY, who sits on a stool facing him across a heap of merchandise on the counter. JUHASZ stands in front of the counter at right, waiting on the ARISTOCRATIC LADY, who sits on one of the stools with an assortment of summer-weight material for blouses before her.

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