Synopsis One Act Play, 10 Women Five engaged women, crowded in a line with their respective mothers, sisters and friends and hundreds more, are anxiously waiting for a store to open so they may get the best deals on wedding gowns. As they wait, the women converse about their lives, their men, their hopes, and respective lifetime visions of marriage with some surprising revelations about themselves.
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Alice Springham has worked as a maid in a top Boston hotel since she was a girl. But she is feeling restless. Not knowing what she wants she answers an advertisement in the Matrimonials that made her smile. She has no idea if it is love she is missing, or if she even wants to wed. Will she ever learn what it is she truly wants?
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