by Beth Henley
What could be lovelier and more promising than a garden wedding, especially the garden of a Savannah mansion in May? But when the wedding guests have been sprung from the pen of Beth Henley, the playwright known for putting a quirky spin on the South’s tragic sensibilities, the likelihood of that wedding coming off without a hitch is, well, impossible. Kandall Kingsley’s youngest daughter, Pandora, is to be wed to Edvard Lunt, a worldly artist twice her age. Flora, Pandora’s older sister, who is expecting a child at any moment, plots to break off the marriage. This wildly funny and moving play is a delight of quirky characters and unexpected twists.
Played September 4 – 27, 2003
Impossible Marriage Cast and Production Staff
Catherine L. Brown