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Ed

Ed vies with his sister Kath to be Sloane's sexual partner and ends up sharing him with her. Mean-spirited, self-centered, pompous, and domineering, Ed is the son of the aging Kemp and part of the mysterious "business" that employs Sloane as a chauffeur after Ed becomes sexually attracted to him. As a young man Ed was very active in sports, which his father admired, but a rift occurred one day between Ed and his father shortly after Ed's seventeenth birthday, when Kemp discovered Ed doing something unmentionable in his bedroom

Now barely on speaking terms with his father, Ed arrives in the first act to procure Kemp's signature, presumably on papers that would commit his father to the kind of old-age home in which Orton's own father, William Orton, was eventually placed. When Kemp is accidentally killed by Sloane at the end of Act II...

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