The scene library is a compilation of scenes from historic plays by women to be used exclusively by acting instructors and students.
Special thanks to Maria-Christina Oliveras and Jacqueline Knapp for their time and commitment.
(2 W, one is a child) Crystal talks to her lover on the phone in the bath when she is confronted by her young stepdaughter, who reveals the truth about where Crystal stands in the family.
(2 W, one is a child) Little Mary climbs into bed with her mother and accidentally reveals the truth about her father's unhappy marriage.
(2W) Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale contemplate why Mrs. Wright may have killed her husband.
About the Playwright
Susan Keating Glaspell (1876-1948) Born July 1, 1876, in Davenport, Iowa, Susan Glaspell published news articles and short stories even before entering Drake University, from which she received a degree in philosophy. Over the course of her career, she wrote more than fifty short stories, nine novels, fourteen plays, and a biography of her husband, George Cram (Jig) Cook. It is difficult to imagine the Provincetown Players (1916-1922) without Glaspell, a founding member who acted as well as w…