When I studied for my A-levels, I decided, in my questionable wisdom, to take Theatre Studies as one of my subjects. Well, I didn’t exactly end up making a career on stage, but I did enjoy it immensely and although Anton Chekov’s “The Seagull” left my entirely female A-level class a little lost and bewildered (really, what was that stuffed seagull thing all about?) it didn’t stop me from writing a few things myself.
To The Bride and Doom is a Victorian black comedy in two Acts.
Elizabeth Bennett is the daughter of a well-to-do family who find themselves a little down on their luck. Her parents believe the only way out of their financial predicament is to marry Elizabeth off to someone rich and stupid. This is something easier said than done, especially when Elizabeth comes up with some inventive, if not slightly psychopathic, ways of ditching the various spouses thrust upon her.
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SAMPLE SCENE: To The Bride And Doom – PDF – Sample Scene
First published: 2010
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