A Scene for Two Actors From the Published play "Teen Angel" ISBN-13: 978-1511481557
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(Looks at table all set up for him. KATE has made him dinner)
That was so nice of you to help me clean up the diner; I wanted to return the
It was no big deal.
And you bought me lunch at school yesterday.
You forgot your lunch money.
And you helped me study for my history test.
I'm good at history.
I wanted to do something for you.
(RICK is quiet. KATE looks at him worried. She tries to touch
him but he pulls away and she thinks she might have made him angry. Then he
starts to cry)
Nobody does anything nice for me.
Oh, Rick. I didn't mean to upset you.
I'm such a baby.
It's okay to cry.
Not for a guy. We always have to be tough. But when you hurt inside...
I think it's brave to cry. Most guys wouldn't dare cry. It takes a lot of
I try to hold it back, but the tears hit me all of the sudden. I guess it's the
pink dress, the perfume, the music. Peggy would have done something like this
I'm sorry. I didnt mean to upset you.
No, it's fine. Thank you.
(Dries his tears and smiles at KATE)
Thank you for all this, Kate. You're sweet.
(Gives her a kiss on the cheek. KATE is thrilled)
I shouldn't have done that. Sorry.
It's okay. I didn't mind.
But Peggy... I still love her.
It's okay to love her still.
It's been almost a year since the accident and I can't stop thinking about her.
Will the pain ever stop?
I lost my mom. It hurt for the longest time. I didn't think I'd be able to
stand it... I didn't think I'd be able to go on without her. When you lose
somebody you love, it's like you lose a part of yourself.
Yeah. It's so hard. Does it ever get better?
Sorry to be a wet blanket.
No, you're fine. I don't mind. I like talking like this.
I've got dessert too. Chocolate malts.
Once again... my favorite. It's like you can read my mind.
END OF SCENE
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