Father, mother, daughter, grandmather, next-door neighbour, the
daughter’s fiancé and his father.
The comedy centres itself around the old costume that families arranged
matrimonies, and that the economic wealth was of primary importance.
Opposing this old tradition there stands a young girl next to be web that
refuses and rebels against her combined marriage.
The play evolves in two directions:
1st) in a joyfully and farce way, the Parents, the
grandmother and the next-door neighbours think that someone has placed a curse (evil-eye)
on their daughter's wedding,
and plan on how to free the young lady from it, so they can proceed with the
2nd) Is the more important aspect of combined matrimonies, the
marriage settlement, in which the parts involved would actually stipulate
a contract of the settlements that the bride would bring with her to her