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The Girl with the Green Eyes A Play in Four Acts   By: (1865-1909)

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THE GIRL WITH THE

GREEN EYES

[Illustration: {publisher's logo}]

The Girl with the Green Eyes

A Play In Four Acts

By

CLYDE FITCH

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The Macmillan Company New York MCMV London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd.

Copyright, 1905, By THE MACMILLAN COMPANY. All Rights Reserved.

Set up and electrotyped. Published November, 1905.

Norwood Press J. S. Cushing & Co. Berwick & Smith Co. Norwood, Mass., U.S.A.

To

CLARA BLOODGOOD

Good Friend and Ideal Interpreter of "Jinny"

THE GIRL WITH THE GREEN EYES

ACT I. The Tillmans' House, New York. The Wedding.

(Two months elapse.)

ACT II. The Vatican, Rome. The Honeymoon.

(Three weeks elapse.)

ACT III. The Austins' House, New York. Home.

(The night passes.)

ACT IV. The Same.

Scene I. Dawn of the Next Day.

Scene II. Early the Same Morning.

The Persons More or Less Concerned in the Play

"JINNY" AUSTIN. MR. TILLMAN } Her Parents. MRS. TILLMAN } GEOFFREY TILLMAN. Her Brother. SUSIE. Her Cousin. MISS RUTH CHESTER } MISS GRACE DANE } Her Bridesmaids. MISS BELLE WESTING } MISS GERTRUDE WOOD } MAGGIE. Maid at the Tillmans'. HOUSEMAID. At the Tillmans'. BUTLER. At the Tillmans'. FOOTMAN. At the Tillmans'. JOHN AUSTIN. MRS. CULLINGHAM. PETER CULLINGHAM. Her Son. MRS. LOPP. CARRIE. Her Daughter. A FRENCH COUPLE. A GERMAN COUPLE. A GUIDE. A DRIVER. A GROUP OF TOURISTS.

Originally produced under the management of Charles Frohman at the Savoy Theatre, New York, on the 25th of December, 1902, with the following cast:

"Jinny" Austin Miss Clara Bloodgood Mr. Tillman Mr. Charles Abbott Mrs. Tillman Mrs. Harriet Otis Dellenbaugh Geoffrey Tillman Mr. John M. Albaugh, Jr. Susie Miss Edith Taliaferro Miss Ruth Chester Miss Lucille Flaven Miss Grace Dane Miss Mary Blyth Miss Belle Westing Miss Helena Otis Miss Gertrude Wood Miss Felice Morris Maggie Miss Lucile Watson Housemaid Miss Angela Keir Butler Mr. Gardner Jenkins Footman Mr. Walter Dickinson John Austin Mr. Robert Drouet Mrs. Cullingham Mrs. McKee Rankin Peter Cullingham Mr. Harry E. Asmus Mrs. Lopp Miss Ellen Rowland Carrie Miss Clara B. Hunter A French Couple { Mr. Henry De Barry { Miss Louise Delmar A German Couple { Mr. J. R. Cooley { Miss Elsa Ganett A Guide Mr. Frank Brownlee A Driver Mr. Lou W. Carter { Miss Elizabeth French A Group of Tourists { Miss Gertrude Bindley { Miss Myrtle Lane

ACT I

A charming room in the Tillmans' house. The walls are white woodwork, framing in old tapestries of deep foliage design, with here and there a flaming flamingo; white furniture with old, green brocade cushions. The room is in the purest Louis XVI. The noon sunlight streams through a window on the left. On the opposite side is a door to the hall. At back double doors open into a corridor which leads to the ballroom. At left centre are double doors to the front hall. A great, luxurious sofa is at the left, with chairs sociably near it, and on the other side of the room a table has chairs grouped about it. On floral small table are books and objets d'art, and everywhere there is a profusion of white roses and maidenhair fern.

In the stage directions Left and Right mean Left and Right of actor, as he faces audience.

Three smart looking SERVANTS are peering through the crack of the folding door, their backs to the audience... Continue reading book >>




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