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Bridal Terrorism

Bridal Terrorism

by: Bill Rosenfield

by: Bill Rosenfield

Overview

Lionel anticipates a quiet afternoon in the park. Just as he settles on a bench with a book, an armed woman in a wedding gown approaches with her bridal retinue. May has booked the church and the reception hall. All she needs is a groom, and Lionel looks like a good prospect. He is not keen on the idea, but May and her wedding party are persistent. Lionel eventually gives in, but May has second thoughts when he discloses that he lives in an institution and has only been allowed out for the afternoon. The wedding party huddles and the bride's mother proposes they head for the reservoir to find a better groom. Lionel, happy his ruse was effective, picks up his book.

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Bill Rosenfield

Bill Rosenfield is a transplanted American playwright now living permanently in the UK. His plays include 46 Beacon ( Trafalgar Studios, West End; Hope Theatre, London, Blank Theatre LA Living Room Series)) True Fans (The Abbey, Orlando; Blank Theatre LA Living Room Series) Sunshine and Shadow (Blank Theatre LA, Living ...

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