Jonathan Kingsley – A farmer of some small fortune, but a lover of no fortune at all. He is a proud man with very little to take pride in, and is thusly insufferable.
Mary Kingsley – A farmer’s wife of very little fortune. She is oftentimes taken to be a sullen and brooding figure by those close to her, because she is, but when given the chance to escape from the monotony of her life, she will do so.
Catherine Smith – A spinster with a savior complex. Believes herself to be in control of most situations, even when she is not, and as a result, is not well-liked by those around her.
Daniel Smith – The elder brother of Catherine. A builder of some great fortune, but a speaker of no zero talent. Shies away from eye contact or physical contact of any kind, and as a result, has had no luck at all finding a wife. Has no control over any situation that does not involve building things, and is given very few opportunities to be in control.
Mr. Fletcher – A sly farmer with a business-oriented mind and no need for friends.
Mrs. Fletcher – A farmer’s wife who is great at judging people and is insufferable to be around.
Jeff Marlow – A young eavesdropper and extortionist, living the best life a homeless orphan can.
Beaumont Connelly – Mary Kingsley’s anonymous lover who is not quite as anonymous as he likes to think he is. Considers himself a pleasurer of women. He most certainly is not.
Baker – A Baker of little consequence. Has a nametag on that says “BAKER.” Has the floofy baker hat. Is definitely a Baker.
2019 Table Reading, Susquehanna University
Approximately 60 minutes
Preview available here