Works of Arthur Miller: A Memory Of Two Mondays (1955)
Bert. An eager, good-natured boy
eighteen, working in an auto-parts
shipping room to save enough money to go on to college.
Raymond. The neat, slightly stooped manager, aged forty, who is concerned
primarily with the efficient operation
his shipping room.
Agnes. A kindly, sympathetic spinster, who laughs easily.
Patricia. A flirtatious young assistant, who chatters about her dates and
has an eye for Larry and Larry's new car.
Gus. A raucous, husky Slavic packer, in his late sixties, who enjoys a
strenuous drinking bout but suffers deep remorse over having neglected his
Jim. a bespectacled elderly worker, who accompanies Gus on his wild
sprees but maintains a dignified air.
Kenneth. a recent Irish immigrant, who quotes snatches
objects to off-color talk, and fears that poverty may at last induce him to
bury himself in the Civil Service.
Larry. A personable, rather worried auto-parts expert, nearly forty, who
wants to take Patricia driving in his dream car, an Auburn with beautiful
Frank. A sturdy, matter-
-fact young truck driver, who seems mainly
interested in making calls upon women who welcome him to various parts
Jerry and William.
rather impudent young workers, nattily attired,
who are given to smart, cynical witticisms that irritate the others.
Tom. A slim, graying family man, who alarms loyal co-workers by coming to
work so intoxicated as to risk being discharged.
Mechanic. A customer in search
a rarely available auto part that only
the knowledgeable Larry is able to locate.
Mr. Eagle. The shrewd, well-dressed boss, in his forties, who gives Tom
a second chance with astonishing results.