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To Save a Rose

To Save a Rose

879 Reads 18 Votes 1 Part Story
Madelyn Monaghan By MadelynMonaghan Completed

1948-When Genevieve DeWinter, a beautiful Broadway actress, is cast opposite her long lost childhood friend, Will Hartley, in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," their chance reunion not only reawakens old feelings, but also revives memories of her haunting and traumatic past. They took completely different paths to reach success; Will got there by sheer luck, but Genevieve is hiding a deep secret about how she really survived the poverty of the Great Depression and made it to stardom. As both plays go on, it becomes increasingly evident that she and Will are not nearly as innocent as the young lovers they play.

WindPetals WindPetals May 30, 2015
The song See You Again by Charlie Puth played just as I reached the scene where he finds her dead... A piece of my heart broke along with Will's. Magnificent. Whole script was really well written. You need an award.  NEED.
kimchi759 kimchi759 Mar 24, 2014
There were typos here and there and some lines were a little hackneyed or cliché,  but overall, I could picture this playing out beautifully. Tears. Tears everywhere.
SAMiAMiz SAMiAMiz Feb 25, 2014
You have absolutely NO. IDEA. how much you made me cry. This was the most romantically-heartbreaking play that I've EVER read. More beautifully painful than those of Shakespeare... It was simply beautiful and utterly enchanting. 
                              
                              
                              Officially one of my favs. Thank you...
- - Dec 09, 2013
This is truly a beautiful play and the tragedy and all the emotions are incredibly well done.  Bravo.
                              
                              x queencitlati
Astralflexi Astralflexi Oct 03, 2013
Your story was really touching,it was like feeling what both ginny and will were feeling,,,and i also shed some tears towards the end.,,just dont tell anyone