The Ex Wife

By rdbennette

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The author, R.D. Bennette, writes in a format for stage readings.  These readings are mostly used for scene study works by actors.  All performance of these works must contain the following information in all printed scripts,  advertisements and playbills:

The Ex Wife
copyright 2009 by R.D. Bennette
www.rickbennette.com 

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INT. - HOSPICE ROOM - DAY

JASON enters the room and sees EMILY lying on the bed.

EMILY

What are you doing here?

JASON

I heard you were sick.

EMILY

So you came to gloat?

JASON

Why would I do that?

EMILY

'Cause I once said I'd dance on your grave.

JASON

I almost forgot about that.  Was it gonna be the foxtrot or the waltz?

EMILY

The Irish jig.

JASON

I guess I would've deserved that.

EMILY

Twenty years of my life with you.  Wasted.

JASON

Come on.  Some of it was good.

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