Scene 1 Setting: Present day practice room Characters: Belle, Ron
Scene 2 Setting: St. Petersburg, 1901 Characters: Belle, Sergei Rachmaninoff
Scene 3 Setting: Vienna 1788 Characters: Belle, Rachmaninoff, Mozart
It's the end of the year, and Belle is doing an end of year project for her music theory class. Her professor is making them compose a simple piece as their final grade. Belle is having a lot of difficulty composing her piece, and she needs to do well in order to pass the class and become a music teacher, which has been her dream for a while. She seems to give up, when suddenly, a bright light flashes in the corner of the room. Belle turns around and sees a strange man in a telephone booth. The an in the booth tells her that passing the class is very important, and she can use the phone booth to travel to the past to find help. Belle hops in the phone booth and travels to 1901 to meet her most favorite composer.
Scene 4 Setting: 1817 Germany Characters: Belle, Rachmaninoff, Mozart, and Beethoven
Belle stepps out of the phone booth and steps into St. Petersburg, 1901. She looks around and sees her idol, Rachmaninoff, sitting at a piano, and the original version of his piano concerto no. 2, her favorite piece. He stands up and starts yelling at her in Russian. She starts to panic, but sees the piano and music and thinks she could maybe communicate with him through music. She starts to play his piece, Rachmaninoff looks stunned because he thinks she is sightreading his piece perfectly. She ushers him into the phone booth and they both jump to 1788 Vienna.
Scene 5 Setting: Russia 1875 Characters: Belle, Rachmaninoff, Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky
Mozart is walking down the stairs when suddenly a flash of light and loud noise cause him to drop all his papers down the stairs. Belle and Rachmaninoff step out and see Mozart, one of the most influential composers of all time, screaming and cursing in German. Belle tries to convince Mozart to go along with her, but he is still frustrated with her. Belle remembers how Mozart was often in debt, and offers him money for going with her. Mozart agrees, and the three of them go to 1817 Germany.
Scene 6 Setting: Present day Characters: Belle, Rachmaninoff, Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky
The three of them arive in a large room with a grand piano in the middle and one of the most influential Classical/Romantic composors of all time, Ludwig van Beethoven, sitting in the middle of the room. He looks at them with a terrified look, and Belle begins to try to talk to him when she realizes that he's deaf. She begins to play Moonlight Sonata on the piano, hoping he would recognize the keying. He does, and lets Belle lead him into the phone booth where they jump to 1875 Russia.
The fit in the phone booth was tight, and Belle was relieved when the four of them reached their destination. They all stepped out to see Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, one of the most famous piano and symphony composers of all time, at his desk surrounded by papers. Rachmaninoff sees his former teacher, and explains to him that Belle is a very talented pianist and that he should go with them. After some reluctance, Rachmaninoff convinces Tchainovsky to go back to the future with them.
The five of them arrive back in Belle's practice room and they go straight to work. Belle leads the work, letting the rest of the composers imput their expertise when they can. They argue a lot, since their writing styles and musical time periods differ, but everything comes together perfectly. Belle returns the compsers to their time periods, and Belle turns in her perfect piano concerto. Her professor gives her a 100 on it even though it was late, saying Belle's work was "the most perfect work" he's ever seen.