The Tell-Tale Farce by Don Zolidis
The Tell-Tale Farce is a comedy of errors. Richard Muffinbridge is madly in love with Sarah Dowling, the niece of a wealthy widow, and in his desperate attempt to be with her he pretends to be Edgar Allan Poe. Unfortunately, Abigail Dowling, the widow’s granddaughter, is not happy with her fiance’s lack of…. everything and has concluded that she is in love with the dark and desirable Edgar Allan Poe. The home is also frequented by Rufus Griswold a competing poet who also desires to marry Sarah. Chaos and confusion quickly builds as the Dowling home is filled with shenanigans.