EAST LYNNE adapted for the stage by Richard Hills

£5.00

Dramatisation of Mrs Henry Wood’s dramatic novel brought to life as a play in three acts. Tells the dramatic story of Lady Isabel Vine, who married Mr Carlyle at East Lynne and the dramatic events, which caused her to run off with Sir Francis Levison, the villain, creating a tragic ending to her life. Also interwoven in the story is that of Richard Hare, who people say had murdered Hallijohn, but sister Barbara Hare sets out to prove him innocent. One of the great dramatic stories. 4M 6F 1 Set, the sitting room at East Lynne in 1850-1865

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RICHARD HARE                         Brother of Barbara Hare, a fugitive, in his twenties

BARBARA HARE                         Richard’s sister, in middle twenties

JOYCE HALLIJOHN                   Upper maid at East Lynne, in her middle twenties

CORNELIA CARLYLE               Unmarried sister of Mr Carlyle, in her forties

LADY ISABEL CARLYLE         Wife of Mr Carlyle, in her early twenties

ARCHIBALD CARLYLE            Master of East Lynne, in his late twenties

WILSON                                        Maidservant, in her twenties

LORD MOUNT SEVERN            Isabel’s only living relative, in his fifties

FRANCIS  LEVISON                   Unscrupulous rogue, about thirty

AFY HALLIJOHN                        Joyce’s half sister, in her twenties

 

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