There’s a man and a woman. Her name is Mizabelle and he is Henry. (He should have big, broad shoulders.) It looks like they are killing themselves! They must be in a play. They are in a theatre in Washington DC, sometime in the 1920s or 40s. They’re holding long swords.
This is a play about them fighting: she stepped out on him and he’s going to get her. The people in the back are curious friends. The way Mizabelle is standing makes it look like she’s ready to run away.
There are sounds of people tripping, yelling, and gasping. You can hear “Oohs” and “Ahs” and the sound of somebody calling the police, and someone else yelling at them to stop the fight. You can smell gun powder. Somebody might faint!
Next, they may possibly walk out. But first, Henry is going to strike Mizabelle and wound her, but it won’t be fatal. (If somebody has to die, it will have to be the wife.) They’ll keep fighting and will eventually get a divorce. But in the end, they will try and mend their situation and make things come together.