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The play I decided to write about is On Tidy Endings The new resolution I have in mind is a more negative aspect towards both characters which are Marion and Arthur Arthur decided to file a lawsuit against Marion for the apartment because she wants to sell it for the apparent reason that she wants Arthur out of her life and eventually he won the case Since Marion had HIV and she was in a depression because of losing the case she decided to murder Arthur out of vengeance because of losing both things close to her heart which were her husband and the apartment The Plan did not go as planned She did murder him but the building where she did it had surveillance cameras and it was impossible to run away from the evidence In the end she went to jail and Jimmy became a drug pusher This could be a different ending if you want to add gas to the fire Since this play has only one scene some lines and characters must be modified to appropriately soothe the new and improved ending Marion came to the apartment really late because of New York traffic that caused a little quarrel This part could be the offstage part while Arthur is on the stage wondering why Marion is late and worrying about her welfare He is doing this while preparing dinner so they are able to sign the forms from the lawyers The current opening lines are fine Those lines are appropriate because it is a minor confrontation between Marion and Jimmy which leads to greater issues in the story All the build up of stress the death of Collin the constant nagging of Jimmy and dealing with Arthur makes Marion go nuts After entering in the apartment Marion is tense because of being late Arthur questions her with a concerning voice Marion takes it personal and blows up on
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