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Anna Stawarska
Język angielski, Scenariusze

At the doctor

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At the doctor

ROLES:
Doctor
Receptionist
Mother with a baby
Patient with red spots
Mother
Child
Patient seriously ill
Ambulance

PROPS AND COSTUMES:
A doctor's uniform, stethoscope,
A receptionist's uniform
Record cards, files, health posters
A thermometer, cotton balls, small plastic bottles, etc.
Desks and chairs, a coat stand, a telephone, a pram, a bowl with some water, a cup of tea.

SETTING:
The doctor's surgery, waiting room. the receptionist sits at a desk. Patients sitting and waiting:
mother with a pram,
mother with her son,
seriously ill patient

RECEPTIONIST: (on the phone)
Yes, doctor, see you soon.
(to the patients) The doctor is going to be here in 5 minutes, please be patient.(makes a cup of tea)

CHILD
(angrily):
Mum, I'm bored, boooored.

MOTHER WITH A BABY:

Please, be quiet. The baby is sleeping.

CHILD:
(with no notice)
I'm hungry and I want something to drink.

MOTHER WITH A BABY:
(from: Carolyn Graham: "Jazz chants" )
Shh! Shh! My baby' sleeping

ALL:

What did you say? What did you say?

MOTHER WITH A BABY:

I said: Please, be quiet, my baby's sleeping
I said: Please, be quiet, my baby's sleeping

ALL;

What did you say? What did you say?

MOTHER WITH A BABY:

I said: Shut up, shut up, my baby's sleeping!
I said: shut up, shut up, my baby's sleeping!

BABY'S VOICE;
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

CHILD:

Not anymore.

MOTHER:
(leaves furiously)

PATIENT WITH RED SPOTS:
(enters the waiting room)
Good afternoon.
(All patients, frightened, whispering, move to the farthest corner)

DOCTOR:
(enters and marches towards the surgery)

PATIENTS:

Oh, no, no, lady, we're waiting.

MOTHER WITH HER SON:

We're first.

OTHERS:

No, we' re first.

RECEPTIONIST:

Quiet, everybody. This is our new doctor.

PATIENTS
: (surprised)
Good afternoon, doctor.

DOCTOR:
(Looks at the cards and points to the patient with red spots)
You first, please. What's your name?

PATIENT WITH RED SPOTS:

Kennedy.

DOCTOR:
(finds the right card)
What's the matter? Temperature? Headache? Stomachache?

PATIENT WITH RED SPOTS:

No, doctor, nothing, just these spots.

DOCTOR:

Hm, strange. Are you allergic to anything?

PATIENT WITH RED SPOTS:

No, never.

DOCTOR:

Let's have a look. Take your T-shirt off.

PATIENT WITH RED SPOTS:
(takes the T-shirt off, the spots cover just his face and arms up to the sleeve-line)

DOCTOR: (wipes his arm off with some cotton and water)
I see. Look!

PATIENT WITH RED SPOTS:

Oh, now I know, I painted my kitchen yesterday!

DOCTOR:
So, it's the red paint. Nurse, please, give Ms. Kennedy some water, it's the best medicine for her problem.

PATIENT WITH RED SPOTS: (washes herself and leaves happily)
Thank you, doctor.

DOCTOR:
Next, please.

MOTHER AND HER SON:
(enter the surgery)

MOTHER:
This is my son. He says, he's very sick.

CHILD:

Oh, yes, I feel very, very sick.

DOCTOR:

Have you got a stomachache?

CHILD:

Yes, and a headache, a backache and my legs hurt. And a temperature...

DOCTOR: (touches his forehead)
Hm, very strange, you look perfectly all right.
Let's take your temperature. (gives him a thermometer and starts a conversation with his mum)

CHILD: (puts the thermometer into the cup of tea)

DOCTOR: (looks at the thermometer, shocked)
Oh,no, forty degrees, it's impossible! What's this? (examines the thermometer)
I think, I know. (menacing)You don't want to go to school, do you?!

CHILD: (sobbing)
No.

DOCTOR:

Why?!

CHILD:

Because I've got a Maths test tomorrow.

DOCTOR:

Have you got your schoolbag?

CHILD:

Yes, I have.

DOCTOR: (takes the Maths textbook out and gives it to the child)
This is your medicine!

MOTHER:
Come on, you cheeky boy, we have to talk!

DOCTOR: (tired)
Next, please.

SERIOUSLY ILL PATIENT:
Good afternoon doctor, I'm very, very weak.

DOCTOR: (to herself)
Another one pretending. (looks at the card)
We haven't got your personal details here. What's your address?

SERIOUSLY ILL PATIENT:
61,Big Street (slides down the chair slowly)

DOCTOR:
And your telephone number?

SERIOUSLY ILL PATIENT: (slowly and quietly)
130 51 51

DOCTOR: (impatiently)
Could you repeat, please?

SERIOUSLY ILL PATIENT:
One, three, oh...(falls down)

DOCTOR:
Where is she?! Oh, no! Nurse, please, call the ambulance!!

THE AMBULANCE:
(takes the patient to the hospital with a siren going)

DOCTOR: (exhausted)
That's enough for me. I'm going to the doctor. (leaves slowly)
 

Opracowanie: Anna Stawarska

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