View single post by killian_writes
 Posted: Tue Nov 5th, 2019 02:33 pm
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Greetings, everyone. Recently completed my first play and wanted to join the forum to gain insight from experienced playwrights and get some guidance. Not sure of the forum's etiquette, but willing to observe and learn.

I'm posting Act I, Scene 1 of my play, Swept Away By Murder. It is an homage to the Golden Age of mysteries and staged in a country house setting. There's a play on words for three character names. For instance, the rookie Inspector Honor Broom can be interpreted as "on her broom." As the old adage goes, a new broom sweeps clean, which is her approach to policing.

If you have a moment and can offer any constructive feedback on the first scene, I'd be most appreciative of your help. While looking forward to your comments, I remain

Cordially yours,


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