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Goodbye Sadie Hawkins

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Goodbye Sadie Hawkins

The Brentwood Golf and Country Club is an opulent and revered golf course in West Orange, NJ. This exclusive encampment houses a few clique groups but none as convivial or ebullient as the club known as the Calcutta CluThe Brentwood Golf and Country Club is an opulent and revered golf course in West Orange, NJ. This exclusive encampment houses a few clique groups but none as convivial or ebullient as the club known as the Calcutta Club. The Calcutta Club was originated by a bunch of members in the late 1940’s who were more interested in golf as a game of chance then a pursuit of athleticism. This club is an entity which has grown through the years and has evolved into a club within a club. The name stuck due to the charismatic recognition of former golfers by successive club members. Those who have become members of this group are a mixture of womanizing, gambling, self-aggrandizing egotists whose love of golf takes them from their family oriented existence at home and allows them to imagine themselves as socially important and expedient amidst circumstances that is both unexpected and farcical as well. The theme of the play centers on the camaraderie of two foursomes of male players and a foursome of female golfers. Also included are those other members, club officials and servants who contribute to the comedic existence of all. The opening scene is a Men’s Locker Room at the club which allows the different characters to socialize with one another. The dialogue involves the normal repertoire between these stereotypes: slang, profanity and all the other language, English or otherwise, that illustrates the character of those individuals. Other scenes shall include the Women’s Locker Room and the club Grill Room which will define the mood of all the characters in the play. There are staged collages which will bring the male and female characters together in a unity of time. A pseudo dialectic synchronism of dialogue so to speak. A romance develops between one of the members of the Calcutta Club, whose true identity is at first camouflaged, and a seemingly innocent member of the Women’s Group. The union of these two characters contributes strongly to the overall theme of the play. b. The Calcutta Club was originated by a bunch of members in the late 1940’s who were more interested in golf as a game of chance then a pursuit of athleticism. This club is an entity which has grown through the years and has evolved into a club within a club. The name stuck due to the charismatic recognition of former golfers by successive club members. Those who have become members of this group are a mixture of womanizing, gambling, self-aggrandizing egotists whose love of golf takes them from their family oriented existence at home and allows them to imagine themselves as socially important and expedient amidst circumstances that is both unexpected and farcical as well. The theme of the play centers on the camaraderie of two foursomes of male players and a foursome of female golfers. Also included are those other members, club officials and servants who contribute to the comedic existence of all. The opening scene is a Men’s Locker Room at the club which allows the different characters to socialize with one another. The dialogue involves the normal repertoire between these stereotypes: slang, profanity and all the other language, English or otherwise, that illustrates the character of those individuals. Other scenes shall include the Women’s Locker Room and the club Grill Room which will define the mood of all the characters in the play. There are staged collages which will bring the male and female characters together in a unity of time. A pseudo dialectic synchronism of dialogue so to speak. A romance develops between one of the members of the Calcutta Club, whose true identity is at first camouflaged, and a seemingly innocent member of the Women’s Group. The union of these two characters contributes strongly to the overall theme of the play.


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