No Goodbye

In No Goodbye, Bob tries to lighten Ally’s exit when it comes to the guilt she feels for leaving their dog Dutchie behind.

BOB: No. I’ll, I’ll talk to him, I’ll sit him down and explain to him that you needed to go away for a bit and that maybe one day you will come back..I’ll tell him that it wasn’t his fault, that it was a decision we both made and that we are still, well…still a family. Just not in the same house and, uh, he will see you and you can both spend time maybe on the weekends when it’s convenient or, if you’re not comfortable with that, then maybe we can set up a video call once in a while and uh, it will be better for the two of you that way, perhaps…Look, I’ll do whatever you need me to do to make sure Dutchie doesn’t hold a grudge against you…I promise.

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No Goodbye by Joseph ArnoneIn the one act eplay No Goodbye, Bob and Ally have broken up and wait for Ally’s bus to arrive at the station.  They are both torn over who their beloved dog Dutch should live with.  1 Woman, 1 Man and a dog.  Serio-comedy.

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