Two soldiers on leave meet a waitress in a café, red tray in hand. The men launch into a playful and witty competition, eventually engaging the girl in their giddy play. The partnering combinations among the trio become more athletic, and a dreamy tone seeps into their movement. Unnerving by proximity to love, the men retreat back into careless cavorting. At the sound of their boat’s departing whistle they bounce off stage — only to be replaced by two newly arriving soldiers.
“A charming little summer sherbet…expertly conceived and performed."
(New York Times, Jennifer Dunning)
Length: 9 minutes
Music: Paul Sullivan
Costumes: Angelina Avellone
Lighting: Stephen Strawbridge
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