Don’t Look At Me

Don’t Look At Me is a female comedic character monologue of a high powered fashion designer of a major brand with a powerful ego.

Elmira: Don’t look at me.  (points) You.  Eh, eh, eh…when I address you, do not look at me.  No eye contact.  Is that understood?  Look away.  (beat)  Okay, look at me now.  (snaps her fingers) I told you not to look at me.  Even if I tell you to look at me, do not look at me. Understood?  Good, good darling.

(she removes her gloves and hands them to her assistant)

Oh!  I have something in my eye, can you help me?  (pointing) Looking, looking, looking!  NO looking under all circumstances.

You must raise up that attention span of yours.  A fish could retain more darling.  That is true.  I have read it.  Less attention span than a fish.

Do not let that be you darling.

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