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: THE STATION OCTET

MAY EVANS (Soprano)
QUEENIE MAJOR (Violin)

: ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Relayed from the Winter Gardens
THE MUNICIPAL ORCHESTRA, conducted by Sir
DAN GODFREY

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Godfrey

: A SONG RECITAL

by Olive KAVANN and PERCY KAHN

Contributors

Unknown: Olive Kavann
Unknown: Percy Kahn

: ' THE PROPOSAL '

A Jest in One Act by ANTON TCHEHOV Translated from the Russian by CONSTANCE GARNETT
Characters in the Play :
THE action of the play takes place in the drawing-room in Tchubukov's house. Lomov has just entered ; although he is an old acquaintance of Tchubukov's. he is dressed on this occasion as if for a visit of ceremony, wearing evening dress and white gloves. Tchubukov is speaking as the play begins.

Contributors

Unknown: Constance Garnett
Stephen Stephanovitch Tchubukov (a Landowner): George Stone
Natalya Stephanovna (his Daughter, aged 25): Maysie Pechey
Ivan Vassilyevitch Lomov (a Neighbour of Tchubukov's a healthy, well-nourished, but hypochondriacal Landowner): Wilfred J. Kirkpatrick








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