The Man Who Threw His Wife Down The Toilet And Got Away With It The Uxoricide Tonight JFK a lowbrow tabloid talk show presenter reveals the truth about Geoff Butcher better known as the man who chucked his wife down the toilet and got away with it During the play JFK calls wei

  • Title: The Man Who Threw His Wife Down The Toilet And Got Away With It: The Uxoricide
  • Author: Cid Andrenelli
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tonight JFK a lowbrow tabloid talk show presenter reveals the truth about Geoff Butcher, better known as the man who chucked his wife down the toilet and got away with it During the play JFK calls weird and wonderful witnesses onto the stage to confront Butcher over his lies Butcher defends himself not only fighting with his dead wife s rummy relatives but also arguing wTonight JFK a lowbrow tabloid talk show presenter reveals the truth about Geoff Butcher, better known as the man who chucked his wife down the toilet and got away with it During the play JFK calls weird and wonderful witnesses onto the stage to confront Butcher over his lies Butcher defends himself not only fighting with his dead wife s rummy relatives but also arguing with his own psychiatrist over his claim to genius, likening himself to Jesus, Van Gogh and Joan of Arc s father as he misquotes Shakespeare and the Bible Meanwhile on the split stage Butcher is rushing in and out of his flat where his wife still lives in his head He re enacts the rows that led to the murder, from the first where she reveals herself as an absolute scrag to the last where they violently battle with a carving knife.

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    One thought on “The Man Who Threw His Wife Down The Toilet And Got Away With It: The Uxoricide”

    1. The title caught my eye and I was surprised that this is based on a true story. Satirical writing at its finest. Andrenelli's black humor and creativity shine through in her latest play. I enjoyed how the story was revealed on a TV talk show where the host JFK interviews Butcher, the murderous husband about the crime he committed. The hilarious rationale that he provides had me in stitches laughing. He blamed the murder all on his dead wife.Colorful dialogue and descriptions make for a very ente [...]

    2. I love plays, plays that read as well as novels, like 'Cat on a hot tin roof' or 'Mice and Men' For anyone who loves tabloid type reality shows and amazing dialogue this is a play not be missed. What an entertaining read! I was on the floor in stitches when I imagined the scene play out in my head. I liked the twist at the end when the tables were turned on JFK with the “false” accusation of the nature of the relationship with his mother. I also was fascinated with the 1904 historical backst [...]

    3. Ah, Love! just kidding. This wickedly-told confection, based on the 1903 true crime of an Italian man who killed his wife and [SPOILER ALERT] threw her down the toilet, is morbidly funny, reminiscent of a Grand Guignol horror show with a modern media twist. While some readers may not take to the script format (it’s a one-act play), those who do will be rewarded with a droll and demented tale novelly presented.

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