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'I'LL LEAVE IT TO YOU' - A LIGHT COMEDY IN THREE ACTS
by NOEL COWARD
Binding: Paperback, 76 pages
Publisher: Crastre Press
Weight: 0.24 pound
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 8.5 x W: 0.48 inches
ISBN 10: 1408630249
ISBN 13: 9781408630242
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ILL LEAVE IT TO YOU 1920 ILL LEAVE IT TO YOU Produced on Wednesday, July 21, 1920, at the New Theatre, London, with the following Cast of Characters Mas. DE MOTT . . . . . . . E Her Child ren 1 . . . . , BOBBI . . . . . JOYOE . . DANIEL D A H S er Brother . . . . . Mas. CROMBIE . . . . . . . FAIIHCROMBIE . , . . . . . Gmae Butler . . . . . l i s Rate Cutler. , Yr. Douglas Jeffwiw. Misa MurieE Pop. Miss SkWa Jme. Mr. Nod Coward. Mias Moya Nugent. r. E. RoZmanOZark. Miss h i a Stuart. Miss Esme Npne. Mr. Duvid Clarkson. The action of the play takes place in MULBEILRY M ANOR, MRS. DERMOTT house, a few miles out of London. Eighteen montha elapse between acte one and two, and one night between acts bwo and three. ILL LEAVE IT TO YOU A plan of the stage of the New Thcatre, London, set fw the play is given at the end of he book. s c . THhalle o j u bcrrMya nor. A12 the furniture looks very comfortable. Through the window can be seen a glimpse of a snowy garden there is a log fie. The l ht is a little dinz, being late afternoon. Seated on the table smW2nginhge r legs is JOYCE, s he is attired in a fur coat and goloshes, very little else can be seen, acept a pink healthy looking young fme. SYLVU is seated om the Chesterfield R. She is twenty one and exceedingly petty, It is about jive ohys btfme Christmas. JOYCE brjghtly. My feet are simply soaking. S V I A se wing, Why on earth dont you go and change them 1 Youll catch cold. BOBBIEe nters R. He is a slim, bright looking youth of twenty. JOYCE. I dont mind if I do. Laughs. Colds are fun. BOBBIE. She loves having a filss made of her, beef tea chickenjelly with whipped cream and fires in her bedroom, little Sybarite. JOYCE. So do you. BOBRIE comes C.. No, I dont whenever my varioua ailments conhe me to my bed, I chafe positively chafe at the terrible inactivity. I want to be up and about, shooting, riding, cricket, football, ludo, the usual run of manly sports. SYLVIA. Knowing you for what you are lazy, luxurious BOBBIE piwd. Pleasc, please, please, not in front of the child. JOYCE k ick Its demor lizhgfo r her to hear her idolized brother held up to ridicule. JOYCE. Youre not my idolized brother at ah 0liver is. Tun ing away, pouting. BOBBIE seated R. on Che mJ eld, sweetly, If that were really so, dcor, I know you have much too kind a heart to Ict me know it. S Y L W. hat is the matter with you this afternoon, Bobbie you are very up in the air about something. JOYCE take8 her coat ofi puts m back of chair R. of table. BOBBIE risiq and sitting m club fen...


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