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by Thomas W. Sypek
The Wallace Family lives in a three-story house in South Boston, Massachusetts. It is the 1950s. Tom Wallace, a man who believes life should be lived by a set of rules, works two jobs. His son, Richie has just dropped out of school. His younger daughter Carol has left school and is working. Uncle Willy, an old friend of the family, has just lost his job. Tom takes him in. Tom’s wife Anna is a small fragile woman haunted by ghosts of the past. On the surface everything seems normal, but underneath things are starting to surface. Secret after secret is revealed.
Place… A kitchen in the family home of the Wallaces’. Old wall paper cover the walls. There are kitchen appliances: refrigerator, sink, stove. There is an aluminum plastic top table complete with chairs. A portable record player is on the counter with some records beside it. On one of the counters is a radio. There is a pantry. Cabinets line the walls. On the back wall are two windows from which you can see the backyard. Between the windows is a large clock set for five o’clock. A worn out linoleum covers the kitchen floor. There are three doors on stage. A kitchen door that leads to the front door. A door upstage of the kitchen that leads to the backyard. A door downstage left that leads to the cellar and the bathroom. There are stairs in the hall that lead upstairs. On one of the walls is a phone.
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