A Guide to Men
A series of occasionally witty one-liners, poems and considerations on the subject of Men, Women and their Conjunction. By turns tender, bland, sexist (in both directions!) and funny. Summary by Cori Samuel.
From the text:
A man is like a park squirrel; if you fling your favors or your charms at his head he will never come up and eat out of your hand.
Even Satan could find a woman to call him "Dearie," if he would simply tell her that all he needed was "a beautiful woman's uplifting influence."
Every bride fancies that she married the original "cave-man" until she tries to persuade him to go out and argue with the furniture-movers.
Genre(s): Family & Relationships, Humor
|Play 01||01 - Foreword. Overture (Prelude, Refrain)||Cori Samuel
|Play 02||02 - Bachelors (First Interlude)||Cori Samuel
|Play 03||03 - True Love--How to know it (Variations)||Cori Samuel
|Play 04||04 - Blondes (Cymbals and Kettle-drums)||Cori Samuel
|Play 05||05 - What Every Woman Wonders (Second Interlude)||Cori Samuel
|Play 06||06 - Brides (Syncopations)||Cori Samuel
|Play 07||07 - Divorces (Third Interlude)||Cori Samuel
|Play 08||08 - Widows (Improvisations)||Cori Samuel
|Play 09||09 - Widowers (Fourth Interlude)||Cori Samuel
|Play 10||10 - Second Marriages (Intermezzo)||Cori Samuel
|Play 11||11 - Woman and Her Infinite Variety||Cori Samuel
|Play 12||12 - Maxims of Cleopatra (Finale)||Cori Samuel