The cast has all made it to rehearsal for the first time ever, just a
MISS GROUT And with her lying up there cold and green there shall be no more ringing of that vile buzzer.
MRS. BATES Such a loathsome sound.
MR. PERCY Woebegone resonance it had. For truth, to be beckoned by such an awful blast of that repugnant buzzing - well, it made me feel like a butler.
MISS GROUT You are a butler.
MR. PERCY Couldn’t she have used a nice bell to call? A pleasant ding-a-ling-a-ling would have been more polite. That gnawing BBBZZZZ. I hear it in my sleep! Just ghastly!
DAMON breaks character and raises his hand.
ROX Aw, man! It was going so great, minus that you’re all on script. Yes, Mr. Percy?
DAMON (perplexed) This language is hard, Rox. I’m going to have a tough time remembering some of these words.
ROX It’s not hard, Damon. It’s proper. The play is set in
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