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The Unwanted - Walter Wykes Dan Relationships : Liz (ex/dead wife), Emma (Woman I’m dating) When : Modern 21st century, 2008, evening. Probably spring, summer or fall. Where : My apartment living room What : My abusive ex-wife killed herself knowing that it would scar me forever and her ghost/spirit/spectre is haunting me. I’m opening up to Emma all of this pent up sadness and frustration. Which leads to Emma literally and intimately opening herself to me. Circumstances : I’m in an emotionally vulnerable place and trying to move on from the abuse and death of Liz. Liz harrasses me with things such as “are you really gonna guilt her into staying? That’s so pathetic!” and attacks Emma (even though Emma can’t hear her) “You’re a stupid fucking whore. So why don’t you just pull that slutty little dress over your head and get it over with!” throughout the play. Background: (There are no specifics in the script, so I will make all background up to what I think is appropriate) I came from an average family, nothing special. Dad is a salesman and mom
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