You can pack more than just clothes into a suitcase; you can also pack your troubles and your escape... Secrets have a way to reveal themselves, but secretes created in the dark; most likely will escape in the dawn of morning light, Jewel, my main protagonist has a lot on her plate, trying to get an understanding on what is happening with her body which is a merry-go- round of emotions. Jewel is also struggling to keep hold of her sanity while coping with the ricocheting affects her body keeps taken her through, and dealing with a husband that she is insecure about, but with good reasons, is akin to being on a teeter- totter adding to her stress. With a diversity of characters’ Jewel embarks on an adventure with her girlfriends, a much needed get away allocating with clashing personalities. Keeping her lucidity while dealing with these women may be more than what Jewel bargains for, but Jewel can overlook that for the chance to get away to Jamaica, for a little R & R, so what is a little annoyance from her girl friends’ compared to being in paradise. The female characters’ or male characters in this script could be someone in our own circle of friends. The Suitcase, has a little bit of everything, humor, intrigue, mystery, loyalty, disloyalty, murder and romance. The twist and turns will catch you off guard, as the women find themselves caught up in a real life adventure of lies, manipulations and deceit. Regular home life does not look quite so boring to the ladies anymore after stumbling into a plot with an air of danger.
The Suitcase is a well-written stageplay, it will have you laughing and applauding the friendship of these women, you will be asking to read more.