Everything you need to understand or teach Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Momma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad by Arthur L. Kopit.
Oh Dad opens in a luxurious hotel suite in the Caribbean Port Roy ale hotel. A squad of bellboys scurry in, bearing the exotic belongings of Madame Rosepettle and her son, Jonathan. Two bring in a coffin and, confused by Madame Rosepettle's directions, pull the handles off and dump the coffin on the floor.
Madame Rosepettle begins issuing orders with a wilting, supercilious sneer. She also begins an endless litany of complaints with both the hotel's personnel and the accommodations. She directs two bellboys to put the coffin in the master bedroom, next to the bed, while other bellboys continue carting in more things, including two black-draped Venus flytraps, a dictaphone, and mourning drapes. When the Head Bellboy asks where to put the dictaphone, she scoffingly remarks that any nincompoop would know where.
Bristling at the Madame's contempt, the Head Bellboy at first tries to be tactful, but... View more of the Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Momma's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad Summary
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