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Detergent Opera
Written by Hildi Borkowski   
Monday, 15 February 2010 19:04
Scene I

Scene II

…Lucille D’Amato is a tall, slender woman with dark hair.  She is bustling around her pink bedroom in her small apartment on Grant Street.  The warm breeze is wafting through her window gently blowing the isinglass curtains making them ungulate in the breeze.   She does not have much time before she must leave for work.  Lucille has the breakfast shift at Fiona’s Diner.
Ring, ring…..ring, ring….
“Oh, that damn phone…I don’t have time for this now. Where is my apron?”
Lucille rushes to the black phone on the end table.  It rings again and she picks up the receiver.
A man’s raspy voice asks  “Is this Lucille D’Amato?”
“Why, yes.  What is it?”
“Go check your car.”  The call disconnects.
Lucille takes the phone from her ear and looks at it curiously. 
“What’s this all about?  Hello? Hello!!” she shouts as she pumps the cradle of the phone.
No answers come to her questions.  Lucille is overcome with curiosity.  What could be so important?  She makes her way down the stairs of the apartment building, out the wooden door, down the five steps to the street.  She walks to the right toward her car to find her brother slumped behind the wheel of her white ‘56 Chevy convertible.  His dark suit disheveled and his black fedora sloppily sitting on his head.
“For heaven’s sake Al, what are you doing?  Are you drunk again?”
As she approaches her car, she realizes that her brother is not drunk.  His white shirt is drenched with blood. 
“Alfred? Al, what….ALFRED!!!!” she shouts in terror.
“Oh, Alfred” she says between the sobs.

Organ music fades in… The announcer says  “Who killed Alfred?  Will Fred get his bacon?  Find out in the next installment of… Today will be Yesterday Tomorrow”.

Organ music fades out…

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