By PERCIVAL WILDE
THE ITALIAN, FRANK COCHRANE
THE AUSTRIAN, ANDREW CHURCHMAN
A snowy ravino in the Italian Alps. Everything ia white. Even in the background, and at the sides, the sky is shut out by the perpendicular cliff sides. And every few seconds, a gust of wind, scooping through the length of the little hollow, fills the air with whirling clouds of snow.
A Jest in One Act
By ANTON CHEKOV
Translated by CONSTANCE GARNETT
Stepan Stepanovitch Tchubukov (a landowner)
Natalya Stepanovna (his daughter)
Ivan Vassilyevitch Lomov (a neighbour of Tchubukov's, a healthy, well-nourished, but. hypochondriacal, landowner) ABRABAM SOFAER
The scene is the drawing-room in Tchubukov's house.
Produced by HOWARD ROSE
A Sing-Song at ' Sea View'
By GRAHAM SQUIERS
With additional numbers by various Composers
(From Midland Regional)
EVE ST. CLAIRE
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