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Scene4 Magazine-December 2008: Commentary - Claudine Jones | Miss You | Dimly lit living room in a good size urban apartment.� Election returns are coming in on TV.� Kitchen lit from UR.� Kenny, 40ish man, �enters from kitchen,� carrying food and sits UC on couch.
Scene4 Magazine-January 2009: Special Issue - 'The One': Luigi Pirandello -
Scene4 Magazine-February/March 2009: Commentary - Claudine Jones | Kaffeeklatsch and a Dry Handshake | We just saw
Scene4 Magazine-September 2008: Commentary - Claudine Jones | No Hamstrings in Heaven | I got hooked on So You Think You Can Dance�even though it�s FOX and I should be boycotting them�but I can�t miss LOST, so�screw it!�
Scene4 Magazine-July 2008: Commentary - Claudine Jones | Fencing with Chairs | After five years it kind of hurts that perhaps in the swirling eddy making up the boss�s stream of memory I�m just a floater
Scene4 Magazine-March 2008: Commentary - Claudine Jones | Stink Eye | I remember laughing outloud at the Chronicle review (didn�t laugh later�it was only the half-drunken fervor that struck me funny at the time.)
Scene4 Magazine-April 2008: Commentary - Claudine Jones | It's All About the Hair | I�ve always been at war with hair.� A director who casts me and then insists she wants �the hair at the audition�.
Scene4 Magazine-June 2008: Commentary - Claudine Jones | Sing Your Heart Out | I�ve gotten into training myself with little mini-outings to see what it�s like to be alone again in a restaurant with a book. I mean �alone� as in �by myself �
Scene4 Magazine-April 2009: Commentary - Claudine Jones | Money, Power and Sex | I see a cloud of thick blonde hair, a bright pink, peek-a-boo blouse showing lots of arm.�A call-girl? Yikes.� Then we hear the guy. They're on a first date; met online. He�s cooing, he�s booming, he knows everything and he's going to tell her all of it.
Scene4 Magazine-June 2009: Commentary - Claudine Jones | Transit | How many times has an audition taken an unforeseen turn because of sheet music you failed to bring, or a last minute decision on appropriate clothing or somebody you see across the room?
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