Witten along 1997, this work is set in a family crypt not long after the death of the mother of her four children: Petunia, Yorick, Hardwick and Warwick. The play dramatizes the disintegration of a family that so frequently occurs following the death of a last parent. We have here unfeeling conflicts and caustic rivalries, degenerating on occasion into infantile conduct, not unassisted by Petunia’s determination to contest the will.

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