My Condolences


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My Condolences






A short play by
Ernio Hernandez
© 2009

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MIRIAM: a woman, married for more than 10 years. Somewhat antsy.

WALTER: a man, Miriam’s husband. Laid back.

WANDA: a woman, scientist. Recently cut off from civilization for work.

All characters are of different ethnic backgrounds.


This play was originally performed by Greg Seel and Soraya Butler in New York City in November of 2009. Shortly thereafter, it starred Lou Ricco and Marilyn Muñoz. Rachael Richman was featured in both staged readings.

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