Written by Tara O'Donnell
(11/10/2003 8:22 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, GR: Chapter 7 Private theatricals, penned by Deborah Julia
] Vickery goes on to say that "Minimal publicity, a small audience, a suitable play and senior family members en costume put the stamp of innocent diversion on family play-acting". Now if The Mansfield Park Amateur Dramatic Society had cast Mrs. Norris as well as Mary's sister, maybe Sir Thomas wouldn't have disapproved.
I would've posted sooner but I had to be at work:( It's good to see that Edmund was very right about his stance on the play(Lover's Vows being very NOT suitable!)in the beginning but since his particpation kept outsiders from seeing the show,his giving in has some small comfort.
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