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I have a question about what might be an anachronism with the “fat guy” character. He says, “Peace and Love” a couple of times. If the play is based at the time of the Beatles’ first appearance in the U.S., I don’t think the peace movement would have been going on. The Vietnam War is not yet on Americans’ radar screen.
In another place, Edie says, “Shut up” in a way popularized by “Valley Girl” speak a few years ago.
In terms of grammar with Edie’s speech in the first five minutes, I believe she used “Her and . . . rather than she.”
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– There was a song in the second half that seemed to my non-professional ear to be the same (with different words) as Lenka’s “The Show” (the song from “Moneyball”). I hope there is no possibility of a copyright infringement.
– In the first act, a failing singer asked the heroine to write him a hit, and she asked him how old he’d be. That thread seems to have been ignored in the rest of the play – he was a sympathetic character, and I wanted some follow-up.