Drama. By Jerry Blunt in which dramatic license is taken to make some improbable events seem probable. Based on the work by William Congreve.
Cast: 10m., 9w., extras. The play begins with your audience coming into the theatre where they are greeted by "Kill-sin," who is imporing people not to go to the theatre. The drama critic of the Los Angeles Times explains the basic work as "A masterpiece in the classroom but how do you get it to play? Professor Blunt's adaptation neatly prevents this by staging a party of Restoration rakes and ladies in an onstage box. When the plot gets too thick for comfort, they force the actors to stop and explain." He sums up the result as "a thoroughly successful experiment in reviving an age as well as a play." Multiple simple sets.