The first one is for Herbert "Whitey" White. He's the legendary founder of the Harlem gang The Jolly Fellows and a handful of Lindy dance troupes, "Whitey's Lindy Hoppers" being the most famous. The scene is at the beginning of the play as he confronts our hero Billy Rhythm, admonishing by word and violent deed. The content is adult/mature and comes with a glossary for period slang.
The second is between Billy and Owney "The Killer" Madden, owner of the Cotton Club where Billy works as part the revue's uncredited dancers. This adult/mature monologue requires the actor to do two accents: Harlemese and Irish/British. This one gives you the option to use music and SFX.
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"Steppin Out" sculpture by Mark Newman.