CARRIE'S DEN

CARRIE PLAYS IN THE ORCHESTRA
Our stripgirl’s trip at the concert leaves her having to face the music.

Story by Harvey
Frame 1
We are at a concert. The orchestra is assembled on a tiered stage and the conductor is in position. A poster at the side of the stage proclaims, for one night only, guest conductor Stefan Kingstonski. Carrie has arrived on stage (late) and is attempting to take her place unobtrusively amongst the percussion section towards the back. The conductor spots her and glares up angrily.
Frame 2
Closer on Carrie as she settles in her place, arranging her sheet music. She is wearing a (very) tight black evening dress which shows off her figure a treat but makes it hard for her to breathe, let alone move. A couple of the younger male members of the orchestra nudge one other and exchange a smile. The more matronly female members look disapprovingly at her.
Frame 3
The performance has started and Carrie is concentrating hard on the music, waiting for her cue to tap her dainty triangle. Her handbag is on the floor by her feet from it emanates the sound of her mobile phone ringing.
Frame 4
With the conductor scowling up at her, Carrie scrambles frantically to get at the phone to silence it. In the process she splits the back of her dress from top to bottom, treating everyone to a fine view of her knickers, stockings and suspenders. She also knocks the music stand over the edge of the platform.
Frame 5
A futile attempt to grab the music stand results in Carrie losing her balance and she topples forward off the platform - the momentum causing her boobs to tumble out of her bra. In her panic, handbag and phone go flying.
Frame 6
The stage is in uproar. Sheet music drifts slowly down, mixed with the contents of Carrie's handbag. Carrie's phone bounces off the head of the lead violinist, her music stand has landed on the brass section, and she herself finishes up head first in the kettle drum. Legs clad in stockings and suspenders wave frantically in the air. The conductor is incandescent with rage.
Frames 7 and 8
Carrie is spread-eagled face down over the kettle drum, her wrists and ankles tied with remnants of her dress and her knickers pulled down around her knees. The orchestra watch approvingly as the conductor vents his anger on Carrie's lilywhite backside, wielding his baton like a cane. The audience is giving him a standing ovation.



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