When We Are Married

Priestley attacks bourgeois hypocrisy by showing how sanctimonious pillars of the community react when the foundation of their social status is imperilled by an outsider. Set in 1908, three couples are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversaries in a smug atmosphere of port and prosperity. Then the organist produces proof that they were never legally hitched. The censorious bigwigs have to face the fact that, for a quarter of a century, they have been living in sin.

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