A Comedy in One Act by HERMON OULD
Supported by THE NORTHERN WIRELESS
Scene : The stage of a provincial theatre about
4.30 p.m. Tom is seated at a small table scribbling alterations in his script.
A Play in One Act by ALFRED BUTRO
Supported by THE NORTHERN WORELESS
Scene: The dining-room of the Westerns' house. Dinner has just ended, and the room is in darkness.
Claude (a young actor):
Rosamund (an actress):
Tom (also an actor):
Charlie (a scene-shifter):
Harvey Western (a stock-broker):
His Honour Judge Banket:
Martin (the butler):
William (the footman):
Mrs Western (Harvey's wife):
Mrs Banket (the judge's wife):
Miss Farren (a governess):
Smithers (lady's maid):
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