Time: The present.
Setting: New York City and Abbott Pointe, Oklahoma
Follow the many twists and turns in the two-act drama “May or June”.
Millicent Bradley has just arrived in New York with her husband, Mark. Mark awakens in his hotel room to find Millicent gone. Police being of no help, Mark hires Steve, a private investigator to find his wife.
Steve finds Millicent in Abbott Pointe, Oklahoma with no recollection of who she is, or of Mark. However, calling herself Sabrina, she has amazing memories of the town’s residents whom she has never met before.
Bringing Mark to town, the two men seek to uncover the mystery of what happened to Millicent. Upon consulting with a local psychiatrist, they discover that there was a girl named Sabrina who disappeared along with a girl named Madeline years ago. They were identical sisters with different mothers in town. Sabrina was born in May, Madeline in June.
But now the real question becomes…just who is Millicent?
“May or June”
A Play in Two Acts
MARK BRADLEY – Millicent’s husband, attractive man, speaks with an English accent. Early to mid thirties.
MILLICENT BRADLEY, SABRINA/MADELINE – A very attractive American woman, married to Mark, early to mid thirties. Abandons her husband in New York to return to her hometown of Abbott Pointe, Oklahoma.
STEVE BARROWS – A New York private investigator. Handsome, early to mid thirties. Investigates Millicent’s disappearance.
ANDY – Owns a small family eatery in Abbott Pointe. Former classmate of Sabrina and Madeline. Begins a relationship with Millicent.
BETHANNE WOODCOME– Madeline’s mother, older woman, mid to late fifties, speaks with mild southern drawl. Oklahoma native.
SAVANNAH INGLEWOOD – Psychologist, attractive, speaks with mild southern drawl. Oklahoma native.
OFFICER PAUL COLLINS – A New York City policeman. Refers Mark to a private investigator to find his missing wife. Can be modified to suit multicultural casting purposes.
OFFICER JOHN TALLMADGE - A New York City policeman. Paul’s partner. Can be modified to suit multicultural casting purposes.
MRS. PATCHLEY and MRS. FISKE – Customers at Andy’s Diner. Two older women, can be modified to suit multicultural casting purposes.
BELLMAN – Hotel Bellman, brings up a breakfast tray for Mark and Millicent. Can be modified to suit multicultural casting purposes.
CLERK – Bookstore cashier. Can be modified to suit multicultural casting purposes.
ANOTHER WAITRESS – At Andy’s Diner. Can be modified to suit multicultural casting purposes. No lines.
PEOPLE at BOOKSTORE/PATRONS AT ANDY’S DINER – Various, can be modified to suit multicultural casting purposes.
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