(Running out of short stories, I have decided to let you have a read at some short plays and single scenes from my Play writing. Fox was given a rehearsed reading at Glad Café in Glasgow. And was featured in a Live Theatre Newcastle new plays forum.)
Characters: Susan, a young woman in her twenties.
Fox: a fox played by a young man.
[At the entrance to a wood, a fox (played by a young man) and a young woman have a chat.]
Susan. You are the most amusing fox I have ever met. Quite delightful. Strangely enough, I have never been scared of you. At the most, I have been curious as to how your unusual gift of speech came about.
We always seem to meet when the moon is full. What a wonderful moon it is tonight. It’s soft silver glow makes the bats dance and sing…
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