Enchanted April

Start: That advertisement about the cast

Lotty Wilton

Enchanted April

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Age Range
Act One, Scene One
Time & Place
London, 1922
Time Period
Show Type

Monologue Context

Lotty Wilton, a Hampstead housewife suffering depression in the rainy winter of

Monologue Text

Start: That advertisement about the castle. It sounds so wonderful, doesn’t it? Can you just imagine?

[... ...]

End: Saying something about that if one does one’s job well, then one will not be depressed, but instead will automatically be bright and brisk with satisfaction. And, seeing you, I just felt that…well, that surely there is also the chance for a certain…disappointment.

For full, extended monologue see:
Barber, Matthew. Enchanted April. Dramatists Play Service, Inc. 2004. p 7.

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