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A monologue from the play by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, and Henry Shields
Oh, how I wish this could have ended differently Thomas, your lies and deceits have led you inexorably to this end.
If men allow their conscience to be governed by avarice then death and destruction shall prevail. (with finality.)
Betrayed by my brother! A short burst of ‘Rio’ by Duran Duran plays, then quickly cuts out. Cuckolded by my fiance —
House music fades in. — and almost murdered by my oldest friend. Let us hope we never again see a murder at Haversham Manor.
The chandelier hanging above the space suddenly sparks and drops on to Jonathan.
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