Trifles

Trifles

by: Susan Glaspell

by: Susan Glaspell

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Trifles

Trifles

by: Susan Glaspell

by: Susan Glaspell

Overview

Trifles is unusually powerful and effective, and gives fine roles for two good actresses. The wife of a strangled farmer is arrested on suspicion. While officers and neighbors are searching the old farmhouse for evidence, two women friends discover a slain canary and a broken cage. This evidence can prove the wife guilty, but by keeping her secret, they free her. An American classic by one of the original members of the Provincetown Playhouse, where this play was premiered.

The playwright, Susan Glaspell, is a Pulitzer Prize-Winner.

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Authors

Susan Glaspell

Susan Glaspell