The Aunts

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Samuel French, Inc., 1990 - 96 pages
Genre: Comedy Characters: 4 males and 2 females Scenery: Interior This is a riotous comedy about divorce. Arthur and Norma, ex-spouses, live in separate apartments in the same building. Norma has second thoughts about her ongoing affair with Arthur's best friend, while Arthur isn't so sure he wants to continue his dalliance with Sonia. Dennis, Sonia's husband, doesn't mind his wife having an affair as long as she provides him with titillating accounts of it while he is dressed as a lady traffic cop. She greatly embellishes the tales to make him happy. Comic sparks are ignited into farcical flames when Dennis arrives at Arthur's flat for lessons in love making. "Riotous! A domestic laughter romp! A super play. You'll laugh all the way home, I promise you." - Eastbourne News "Very funny.... A Churchill comedy that most people will thoroughly enjoy." - The Stage

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