Maria [Season 1]

When at a rock concert on a Friday night, Maria finds herself thrown into the heavy metal music world. Surrounded by girls, drugs and rock shows, Maria soon becomes part of a runaway train hell bent for the top, but held back by the singers tortured psyche and a disaster that hit far too close to home...


49. Scene 2


A few days later: The band are loading gear into the school’s venue on the night of the prom. It is late afternoon.


Nikki: What time does this prom kick off?


Kenny: (heaving out an amp) meal’s at half six I think. They’ll be loaded in for our show at about eight.


Nikki: (checking his watch) that gives us four hours. Plenty o’ time.


Girl: Hey guys.


Kenny: (wheeling around) Um, hello. Who are you?


Girl: I’m Scarlett. My prom’s here tonight. I was just passin’ and I saw you; figured I’d come meet the band.


Dan: (emerging from the van) Haven’t you got something better to be doing, like, your hair?


Scarlett: I’m going for that now, actually. Need to look my best.


Kenny: If this isn’t your best then I might die when I see you later.


Scarlett: (winking) depends how much you see of me later (she walks away)


Kenny: Wow.


Nikki: She could be 15.


Kenny: Is it ‘spoil the fantasy day’ for you or something?


Director: (emerging suddenly) Ahem, children.


Nikki: (wheeling around) Ah. Mark Williams. Headmaster.


Mark: Director.


Nikki: Director, yes, hi. We’re here to set up our stuff.


Mark: I know.


Reece: Then why’d it take you so long to let us in?


Mark: Because I don’t like rock bands. You’re only here because you think there’ll be a chance you can have one of the girls.


Nikki: I have a girlfriend, as does my friend in the van.


Mark: And the other two?


Reece: Penises firmly away sir. Well, softly away, since you’re here.


Mark: Come on in, then. The damn kids wanted a rock band and you were cheap.


Nikki: Glad that you’re proud that two students from your school made it.


Mark: You haven’t made it. You’re four thugs who like to make noise on little record labels and convince themselves they’re a proper band. You haven’t made it and you won’t make it (he walks in, expecting them to follow)


Dan: (whispering) he listens to classical music.


Reece: It figures.

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