by Russell Medcraft, Norma Mitchell
Full Length Play / 8m, 7f
Three wives have a problem on their hands - their happiness. They grow tired of sitting at home, while their husbands are elsewhere seeking a kick, and decide to have a little excitement of their own. One of the wives has an idea. They finally decide to try it out and teach the non-domestic husba…
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1920's. Act I: a New York City apartment in the afternoon. Act II: a summer home in Glen Cove, Long Island.
SUSAN MARTIN - a beautiful, dashing, blonde type, with a sense of humor. Age 40.
ETHEL DRAKE - tall, fairly good looking and rather prim. Age 43.
KITTY LADD - a distinguished-looking brunette. Age 40.
ANNE HALL - a sweet little ingenue, still in her teens.
ELINOR, FRANCINE, JACKIE - three noisy flappers of varying types.
HENRY WINTON - a well-dressed youth, verging on the cake eater type, about 21.
GEORGE, ROY, HOWARD - good-looking, middle-aged business men of contrasting types.
OSCAR NORDHOLM- a bashful blond, husky young Swede.
JOSE VALLEJO - a breezy, romantic young Spanish-American.
PAUL - a typical sedate butler.
MAID - young and attractive.