Dawlish Rep's tale of rebellion and repression in 1907
DAWLISH Repertory Company is rehearsing for its next production, Scarlet Ribbon.
The play will be staged at the Shaftesbury Theatre, Dawlish, from April 9 to 13.
The Rae Shirley play will be directed by Geoffrey Wildey.
The Rev James Vaughan, a narrow-minded and intolerant man, exercises his right as paterfamilias as if he were a minor Barrett of Wimpole Street.
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But as it's set in 1907, his daughters are not so easily quelled.
Under their placid bible-reading surface, frustration simmers.
On her 21st birthday Rachel is given a scarlet ribbon by her sister and this becomes the cause of the first glimmer of rebellion.
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