A new stage play, “Sins of the Mother”

The roaring 20's in San Francisco comes roaring back in this stage playPlaywright, Trisha Sugarek, takes a dark and sensual turn in this new script for the stage.  She brings the roaring 20’s roaring back with speak-easies, roadhouses, flappers, hot jazz and cold gin.  

This full length drama is set in the roaring twenties  in San Francisco.  Violet, one of the sisters from “The Guyer Girls,”   has grown into a beautiful woman with children of her own.  In the intervening years she has had a successful athletic career and has since bought her own bar and grill.   She is a ‘flapper’ in every sense of the word; working all day and playing all night.  While her teenaged daughter raises her seven year old son, Violet is out on the town! Usually with her man de’jour.

Her second marriage is a stone around her neck and she is about to get rid of her loser husband who is a compulsive gambler.  She has the next husband all lined up.   But, Jay, her boyfriend, has eyes for Violet’s teenaged daughter.

A dark drama with comedic relief provided by the two children.

Cast:  5m.  3f.  1 boy

 

 

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