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What a shameOpening, the spotlights focus on the center stage curtain and the narrator stands backstage.What a shame by bobitchka-west
Narrator: (With a very bad English accent) Once upon a time there was a man named George St. George, He had 8 daughters, each of which was more beautiful than the last. He was the owner of a small but prosperous chain of pastry shops, and as he claims the illegitimate son of the Earl of Glastonbury. Now, St. George was never satisfied with his living and aspired greatly to the lifestyle he felt was his birthright. So with the help of his wife Emily they slowly hatched a plan involving his unsuspecting progeny. In our story of ambition, love and suspense we find that love knows no shame especially not when one's parents are involved.
The curtain lifts to reveal a well furnished apartment with extravagant paintings a lot of really chintzy gilding and the impression of false grandeur. Mr. St. George and Emily are seated across from each other in extremely gaudy and over the top apparel, taking tea