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THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL PLAYERS in ' CUTE McCHEYNE'

Synopsis

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A Character Comedy in Two Scenes
From the story of the Same Title by Joseph Laing Waugh
Adapted by Andrew P. Wilson
Characters in order of appearance
The action is laid in the study of the Manse at Shinnel on a June afternoon in the late '90's
Produced by Jean Taylor Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph Laing Waugh
Adapted By: Andrew P. Wilson
Produced By: Jean Taylor Smith
The Rev David Crosbie: Hal D. Stewart
Janet Armstrong: Grace McChlery
Matthew Hird: David Mowat
John McCheyne: R. B. Wharrie
James Mouncey: Archibald Buchanan






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