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Excuse Me! (Dramatic Reading)

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Excuse Me! (Dramatic Reading) by Rupert Hughes is a captivating tale that takes readers on a rollercoaster of emotions. The story follows the lives of several characters as they navigate the challenges and triumphs of life in early 20th century America.

Hughes does a fantastic job of creating dynamic and relatable characters that draw readers in from the very first page. Each character is flawed yet endearing, making it easy to become emotionally invested in their journeys. The plot is fast-paced and full of unexpected twists and turns that keep readers on the edge of their seats throughout.

One of the standout aspects of Excuse Me! is Hughes' writing style. His prose is beautifully crafted, with vivid descriptions that bring the setting to life and dialogue that crackles with wit and authenticity. The dialogue is particularly engaging, with each character having a distinct voice that adds depth and dimension to the story.

Overall, Excuse Me! (Dramatic Reading) is a captivating and emotionally resonant read that is sure to leave a lasting impression. Hughes' storytelling prowess and keen insight into human nature make this a must-read for fans of historical fiction and drama. Highly recommended.

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What happens when a mix of lovers get stuck together on a coast-to-coast train? Mainly hilarity. There is every kind of couple imaginable. One serviceman and his bride-to-be are trying desperately to get married but can't find a clergyman to perform the rites. They don't know that right in their midst is a preacher disguised as a man of the world so he and his wife can enjoy a carefree vacation. Then there is a drunk mourning his separation from the wife who just happens to be on the same train. There is even a confirmed bachelor who discovers that a confirmed spinster is his long-lost love from years ago. How these lives intertwine makes up the plot of this rollicking comedy. The piece contains racial slurs, which, although acceptable in the time and place of the story's setting, may offend modern listeners. Narrator, Portland Porter, Hudson, Shaw, Man, Voice One, Supposed Preacher, Fireman, Baumann, Waiter, Robber 2: Bill Boerst Marjorie: Amanda Friday Mallory: Larry Wilson Cab Driver, Stranger: tiwo007 Clergyman, Charlie: David Olson Porter, Gambler: cobbdb Wedgewood: Greenman66 Ira: Nick Bulka Conductor: Marty Transfer Agent, Mrs Temple, Voice Two, Train Boy: TriciaG Anne: Availle Mrs Wellington: Shauna Kennett Jimmie: Michele Eaton Dr Temple: Brett W Downey Mrs Fosdick: Micky Fosdick. Robber 1: Zames Curran Mrs Whitcomb: Beth Thomas Man in Overalls: Arnaldo Machado Ashton: ToddHW Mrs Deacon: Victoria P Kitty: Woolly Bee Editor: Michele Eaton Proof-Listeners: Bill Boerst & Michele Eaton

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