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A stubborn husband who’s afraid to drift too far out of his comfort zone, a wife who’s less than happy with her unadventurous life, and a couple of talking lizards who have found that living on land isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, are a few of the offerings from Los Alamos Little Theater’s newest play, “Seascape.”
Roxanne Tapia plays Nancy, a woman who after raising her children, wants nothing more than to be a beach comber and drift from one sandy beach to another in search of adventure. Her husband, Charlie (played by Eric Bjorklund), however, is content with his idle life and keeps insisting that the couple has “earned some rest,” after raising their children.
Nancy and Charlie laugh, cry and argue on the sandy beach, never really resolving anything, but rather venting their frustrations to one another. Nancy continuously tells Charlie that she wants to explore new places, but the reluctant Charlie will not hear of it. He tells her that she wouldn’t be happy doing those things and says that all he wants to do is rest.
Throughout the play, the couple argue, make-up and argue some more. One minute they are cooing at each other, and the next they are having a spat, with Charlie insisting that all he wants to do is rest.
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