Bill is male or female. Bill is English? Or American? Or something else? (This can be something different with appropriate script changes.)
SET: Close screened.
1. GRAMS: ( ESTABLISH BROADWAY MUSIC. THIS IS MUSIC BED FOR WHOLE)
2. BILL: OK, here goes, mirror! I'm telling myself - I'm going to be in a Broadway show! Me - Bill, (American accent) Limey Bill. Pinch me, poke me in the ego! Where's my shirt?
3. SPOT: (SHIRT)
4. BILL: This man, Mr Poppowski, came to our dancing class this afternoon and picked three of us hoofers out.
My shoes! On!
We have to be at the Joe Pap Memorial Theatre on Monday Morning at ten to audition for the dance director.
I just know it - I'm going to be in a Broadway show!
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