Lulu Bett, an unmarried woman, lives with her sister's family, essentially acting as a servant, since a single gal could not live on her own in this time period. She does not complain about her position, but is not happy. When her brother-in-law's brother, Ninian, comes to visit, there is a certain attraction between them. While joking around one evening they find themselves accidentally married, due to the laws of the state requiring little more than wedding vows to be recited while a magistrate is in the room for a marriage to count as legal. Unfortunately, Ninian soon vanishes. What does this mean for Lulu Bett and her family?
Tickets are available only at: www.womenstheatrefestival.com, on sale June 1, 2017. Tickets are $17 online, $20 at the door for all shows.