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Fine Lady: A play should have a dramatic text. A text that creates tension. A text that resolves the tension. A text that... that creates tension through the relationships of the characters. That's what's lacking.

Guitarist: I don't have a relationship. I mean, (to Vocalist) what is my relationship to you? How do you feel about me?

Vocalist: I don't have a personality. I can't have a relationship.

Drummer: I find my personality in my drum. My identity resides in my profession. If people ask "Who are you?", I simply say "I'm a drummer". That's who I am. We get our identity from what we do, not from who we are.

Fine Lady: Quite so, quite so. (She finds it difficult to express herself) I can... I can... (To Recorder Player) I can relate to your pipe.

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