A Comedy in Three Acts.
Adapted by the Abbe Brueys from the famous farce of the Fifteenth Century and first performed at the Theatre Francois in 1706.
(Translated by Samuel F. H. Whitaker)
Patelin - A Country Lawyer
Guillaume - A Draper
Valere - His Son, in love with Henriette
Agnelet - A Shepherd in love with Colette
Baitholin - A Village Judge
Mme Patelin - The Lawyer's Wife
Henriette - Their Daughter
Colette - Their Servant bethrothed to Agnelet
Performed by the 5WA Radio Players.
Samuel F. H.
The 5WA Radio
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