TICKET AGENT- In his
sixties, oftentimes gruff but equally sympathetic. Inclined to be tolerant and
understanding. He is somebody of importance in the play and cannot be taken
A LADY- In her forties, prim, somewhat lonely, but
wants to be friendly with others in a guarded way. Her clothes are somewhat dated
and used to traveling. A nice person who means well though.
A SOLDIER- An enlisted man in one of the armed
A YOUNG MAN- Mid-twenties, alternating between
pleasant nostalgia and despair/ Well-dressed, but not overly so in a suit and
tie. A demanding role.
AN OLDER MAN- Tall, dignified, middle-aged and
well dressed. For the most part in a world of his own and he seems impervious
to the trials and tribulations of others, but would be helpful if asked.
A GIRL- Nineteen or twenty, pretty, and wearing
her best clothes for traveling. Trying to forget the past, her future is a
dream, and the present does not exist. Doesn’t not always tell the truth.
A WOMAN- Loud and somewhat coarse, obviously not a
pleasant person to have around. In her early forties, somewhat heavy, and not