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Atlantis by Lally Katz

Author:Lally Katz [Katz, Lally]

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ISBN: 9781760622268

Publisher: Currency Press

Published: 0101-01-01T00:00:00+00:00

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Atlantis by Lally Katz

ACT THREE

SCENE ONE

LALLY: [to the audience] And then, at the lights, a handsome Latino guy with a Texan accent says:

 

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Atlantis by Lally Katz

Author:Lally Katz [Katz, Lally] , Date: June 12, 2019

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Author:Lally Katz [Katz, Lally]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781760622268

Publisher: Currency Press

Published: 0101-01-01T00:00:00+00:00
ACT THREE

SCENE ONE

LALLY: [to the audience] And then, at the lights, a handsome Latino guy with a Texan accent says:

DIEGO: Excuse me, I’m looking for a bar.

LALLY: Which one?

DIEGO: Is there one you like? What’s a good club?

LALLY: I hate nightclubs.

DIEGO: Nah, you just never go to them, so you think you hate them. Come with me. Just for a little while.

LALLY: How old are you?

DIEGO: Thirty.

LALLY: I don’t believe you.

DIEGO: You wanna see my licence?

LALLY: Yes.

He shows her his licence.

Huh. You are.

DIEGO: Everyone always thinks I’m young.

LALLY: You’re lucky.

DIEGO: Nah. When you’re a man you want to command respect. That’s why I’m thinking of growing a beard.

LALLY: Gross.

DIEGO: Beards are in fashion. So am I old enough for you?

LALLY: I don’t like nightclubs. I can’t dance.

DIEGO: Come just for one drink.

LALLY: I’ll tell you what. I’ll walk somewhere with you. But I’m not coming in. I just like walking.

DIEGO: Fine with me.

LALLY: [to the audience] I feel so comfortable with this guy. I don’t know why. But it just feels easy. We arrive at a nightclub.

DIEGO: Come in for one drink.

LALLY: I hate nightclubs.

[To the audience] Inside the club music pumps and it’s dark. Diego goes to get me a margarita. It tastes like toothpaste. I look around and realise I’m the second oldest person in here. The oldest person is a big white guy in his fifties, sort of dancing on his own, but as though it’s with the whole room.

DIEGO: How’s your drink?

LALLY: Good.

DIEGO: You want to taste mine?

LALLY: What is it?

DIEGO: Vodka and Red Bull.

LALLY: That’s okay.

DIEGO: Taste it.

LALLY: [to the audience] I have a sip. It tastes like medicine.

[To DIEGO] It’s good.

LALLY’s phone rings.

DIEGO: Who’s calling you so late? You got a boyfriend?

LALLY: No. It’s my grandfather.

She puts her phone away.

Do you live here?

DIEGO: Dallas. But I wasn’t born in America.

LALLY: Where were you born?

DIEGO: Mexico. My dad got this bright idea that he didn’t ever want me to grow up and join the American army, so he smuggled my mom back into Mexico before she gave birth.

LALLY: So are you a citizen here?

DIEGO: Nope.

LALLY: [sarcastic] Wow, that must not be fun now.

DIEGO: Yeah. My dad fucked me over. And then he left. My mom became a Jehovah’s Witness. I used to go door knocking. I was really good at it. It’s the only religion that takes science into account. That’s why it’s the best one.

LALLY: Are you still a Jehovah’s Witness?

DIEGO: No. It doesn’t work with my lifestyle. But I still believe in the religion. That’s why I know I’m going to hell.

LALLY: You’re not going to hell.

DIEGO: I wish you were right. Only way I can be saved is if Atlantis takes me. Only way any of us can be saved. You know about Atlantis?

LALLY: Yes. I do.

DIEGO: We all gotta pray for it to come. Wanna dance?

LALLY: I’m a terrible dancer.

DIEGO leads her onto the dance floor and begins to grind his pelvis against hers.

[To the audience] He doesn’t seem to notice how awkward I am.

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