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Woman is a Weathercock

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Woman is a Weathercock by Nathan Field is a delightful comedy play that explores themes of love, friendship, and deception. The story follows the character of Miranda, a woman who is constantly changing her mind and emotions, much like a weathercock shifts with the wind.

The play is filled with witty dialogue and clever wordplay, creating a lighthearted and entertaining read. The characters are well-developed and each has their own quirks and motivations, adding depth to the story. The plot twists and turns keep the reader engaged and guessing until the very end.

Overall, Woman is a Weathercock is a charming and enjoyable play that is sure to entertain fans of classic comedies. Nathan Field's writing is sharp and engaging, making this a must-read for anyone looking for a fun and witty play.

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A Woman is a Weathercock is the first play by the former child star of the Jacobean stage, Nathan Field. The action takes place over a single day in London. A number of suitors vie over Sir John Worldly's three daughters: Bellafront, Katherine, and Lucida. These include the short-tempered soldier, Captain Pouts; the poetical buffoon, Sir Abraham Ninny; and the rich merchant, Strange. Quick-witted Nevill orchestrates multiple sham marriages and young Scudmore plans to elope with Bellafront, while the pregnant Mistress Wagtail seeks any husband who will have her. Summary by Rob BoardCast Narrator: Bhavya Sir Abraham Ninny: Tomas Peter Pendant: Aaron White Scudmore: ToddHW Strange: Hamlet Captain Pouts: Adrian Stephens Count Frederick: Jim Locke Nevill: Rob Marland Sir John Worldly: Larry Wilson Sir Innocent Ninny: Josh Kibbey Mistress Wagtail: Beth Thomas Bellafront: Sonia Katherine: Leanne Yau Lucida: Campbell Schelp Lady Ninny: foon Servingman 1: MajorToast Servingman 2: Hannoria Boy: Stoofy Page: ScarlettG Tailor, Bowlers, Parson: Elsie Selwyn Edited by Rob Marland

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