Mr. and Mrs. Smith
These characters are described in stage directions as being English in every aspect of their lives.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin
These characters initially do not seem to not know one another, but later find the coincidences which indicate they do.
This is the name of the recently deceased friend of the main couple in the first play.
Mary and the Fire Chief
These secondary characters are archetypal and stereotypical in their initial appearances. Unlike the principal couple, however, they are more thoroughly individualized, with particular goals and purposes.
This character is male, middle aged, an academic, and apparently a killer.
This character is killed by the protagonist of the second play.
This character can be seen as an embodiment of wisdom, or of conscience--specifically, the protagonist's conscience, which carries with it the wisdom-based awareness that attempts...
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