THE KILT by Bill Purdie

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Ruby and James have been invited to attend a posh ball in their town and the men are requested to wear Scottish kilts in honor of the founder of their town. James is a descendent of Scottish immigrants and he is one- half Scottish, but he is unfamiliar with the national costume of Scotland, the Kilt. Pushed into buying a kilt for the ball by Ruby, James is concerned about wearing the costume in public and the play chronicles his worst fears.

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RUBY: A middle-aged female and wife of James. Ruby is smart, calm and level-headed.

JAMES: A middle-aged male, husband of Ruby, who suffers from his Scottish heritage. James is excitable and uncomfortable with his new kilt.

 

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Approximately 10 minutes

 

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