Hugo invited Isabelle, a young dancer, to his aunt’s estate for a
Hugo: I was looking for you.
Patrice: For me?
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Hugo: You. (Seizes Patrick’s arm.) Come with me. (Drags Patrice U.L. of conservatory, then across to R.) We put the incident on a proper footing. We fight by moonlight, in the spinney, with pistols. Don’t be afraid; I’m a very good shot. I promise I shan’t hit you.
For the full scene, please refer to the script and pages numbers listed here: Fry, Christopher. Ring Round the Moon. Dramatists Play Service, 1977. pp.51-53.
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