The premise of your play is interesting and intriguing. I really love the revelation of Dorothy's "secret." Your execution in terms of action is dynamic.
There are some "blocking" issues; Karen turns a chair backwards and straddles it. Later she leans back in the chair and puts her feet up on the table. You never have her turn the chair around so what is she leaning against?
Glasses are knocked over yet no one at the table reacts.
There is also the mis-match between Karen's stated motive (wanting her mother to come to her wedding) and her confrontational approach. It diminishes the plays believability.
My only issue is with your phrase "...oriental skin and scarlet red mystique." I was told that it is inappropriate and rude to use the term "oriental" in reference to a person. It should only the used when referring to an inanimate object.
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