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Trelawny of the Wells

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"Trelawny of the Wells" by Arthur Wing Pinero is a delightful comedy that explores the clash between traditional theater and the emerging world of modern entertainment. The characters are well-developed and the dialogue is witty and engaging, making for an enjoyable read. The setting of the play within a play adds an interesting layer to the story, providing insight into the challenges faced by actors and producers during the Victorian era. Overall, the novel is a charming and thought-provoking look at the intersection of art and commerce in the world of theater.

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A theater, various actors and actresses, their admirers, financial backers, etc. The star Rose Trelawny wants to leave the stage for love, but it is not an easy thing to fit into conventional society after a life onstage. And not easy to go back to the stage either. - Summary by ToddHW Cast list: Tom Wrench: Tomas Peter Ferdinand Gadd: Roger Melin James Telfer: Patrick Wallace Augustus Colpoys: alanmapstone Rose Trelawny: Eva Davis Avonia Bunn: Leanne Yau Mrs Telfer : Susan Ferman Imogen Parrott: Sonia O'Dwyer: AidanVox The Gentleman : Tom Shortland The Lady : adr6090 Vice-Chancellor Sir William Gower, Kt: ToddHW Arthur Gower, his grandchild: Nemo Clara de Foenix, his grandchild: Sandra Schmit Miss Trafalgar Gower: Foon Captain de Foenix: Peter Musgrove Mrs Mossop: TJ Burns Mr Ablett: Treefairy Charles: Peter Musgrove Sarah: Availle Stage Directions: Larry Wilson Edited by: ToddHW

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