by Fred Carmichael
Short Play, Comedy / 7f
Here is the serious subject of divorce treated with a humourous insight and with a cast of marvelous character parts. Through the marital experiences of the several women in this courtroom waiting-room, we can see their causes for divorce: selfishness, misunderstanding, the desire for luxuries have, in many cases, overshadowed the basic principles for a happy marriage. The mere granting of a divorce may give spiteful satisfaction to one of the parties, but it can also be a ticket to a future of loneliness.
- Mild Adult Themes
- Minimum Fee: $45 per performance
- Time Period: 1950s
- Duration: 120 minutes (2 hours)
- Setting: Courthouse waiting room. The 1950s.
- Features / Contains: Period Costumes
KATHERINE CONNERS - 40, brisk and thin.
JUNE KRAEMER - mid-20s, pretty and unsophisticated.
RHODA SHEFFIELD - 40-ish, well dressed and beautiful in her own way.
HELEN WILLOUGHS - 45. Wears a tailored but stylish suit.
PATRICIA MILLER - Her secretary.
BLAIR TEMPLETON - Well-known movie star.
- All Female