Revocable Trust

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Revocable Trust, a melodrama set in the America of 1953. A gentle young teacher, expecting a generous bequest from her deceased father, suddenly finds out she's been disinherited. All the money she was counting on will now go to a vicious gold digger who swooped down and captivated her father in his last illness. Who'll come to the rescue? A fairy godmother? A Prince Charming? What will our heroine resort to?

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"Our whole family went and loved it! Tragic and funny at the same time, it was so entertaining that the 70 minutes flew by. The witch (Aunt H) kept us giggling and each actor shined in their own way. Costumes and staging transported us into the 1950's but the greed will be our dinner conversation topic for a long time."

sweet - IBowman


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"As a retired wills and trusts attorney, I can say that Revocable Trust is a true to life tale of financial elder abuse and undue influence. Presented as over-the-top farce, it wraps around a serious and common tragedy in family life. Knowingly or not, it's something that has touched on or will touch on nearly everyone. Wittily written and beautifully acted."

sweet - Howard Weisberg


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"Our whole family went and loved it! Tragic and funny at the same time, it was so entertaining that the 70 minutes flew by. The witch (Aunt H) kept us giggling and each actor shined in their own way. Costumes and staging transported us into the 1950's but the greed will be our dinner conversation topic for a long time."

sweet - IBowman


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"As a retired wills and trusts attorney, I can say that Revocable Trust is a true to life tale of financial elder abuse and undue influence. Presented as over-the-top farce, it wraps around a serious and common tragedy in family life. Knowingly or not, it's something that has touched on or will touch on nearly everyone. Wittily written and beautifully acted."

sweet - Howard Weisberg