job market is really tight, so Sean, a young marketing graduate,
disguises himself as a woman to get a promising job in
the perfume department of a
ritzy department store, He finds himself working closely with
Stephanie, a bright and ambitious female employee, and becomes increasingly
attracted to her. Should he reveal his true identity and declare
his love -- but in doing so, risk losing the all-important job? When
a multi-millionaire perfume manufacturer from Paris begins showering
Stephanie with attention
(and expensive gifts), Sean's dilemma becomes even more agonizing.
And Mrs Worthington, the store manager, is starting to get suspicious....
scenes are in the perfume department of a large department store, with
a few other short scenes that can be performed in front of curtain
major parts (Sean, Stephanie, Mrs Worthington, the millionaire, and the
Narrator/Chorus), four supporting parts (Stephanie's female co-workers,
and the millionaire's secretary) and a host of employees and shoppers.
The Temple of Endless
Consumption and Stuff
Nothing but Love
I, Scene 1:
One Scent Sale
A musical in two acts
Book, lyrics and music by Mark DeWolf