A Duologue by Vera Beringer.
Characters: Gertrude Mullins
ENID SHAW The Hon. Arthur Cunningham
Scene : A Seat in a London Park. Mind Picture : A gentleman of Mayfair and a young Cockney girl of Camberwel! are sitting on a seat in the park. waiting for their respective lovers. They become engaged in conversation. in which each derides the opposite sex.
Finally, they read in the newspaper of a collision between a motor-van and a car. which were being driven by their absent lovers.
Both forget their sex championship. and praise the unfortunate lovers, and. feeling the community of misfortune, agree to go off together and visit them.
by Robert Higginbotham.
(Originally produced August 7th, 1911.)
(Revived June 23rd, 1913.)
Lil: Enid Shaw
Sid: Dick Poett
Scene : A Public Park.
Time : A Summer Evening.
Mind Picture : A young Cockney takes his sweetheart for a walk in the park. and tries to make things pleasant, but the girl is in a contrary mood. After many vain attempts to humour her. he elicits the fact that her aunt has handed her a postcard which she found. It is addressed to him, requesting him " to meet Kitty, who has grown such a beauty."
This has aroused the jealous suspicion of the girl. Explanations follow. Kitty is a cat, which is being sent up from the country for her! There is a happy reconciliation, and they go off arm in arm to have an ice-cream.
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