The Servant in the House eBook

Charles Rann Kennedy
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BOOKS BY CHARLES RANN KENNEDY

Seven plays for seven Players
  Volumes now ready: 
    The WINTERFEAST
    the servant in the house
    the Idol-Breaker
    the rib of the man

Shorter plays for small casts
  Volumes now ready: 
    The terrible Meek
    the necessary evil

1908

  To Walter Hampden

“There’s a lot o’ brothers knockin’ abaht as people don’t know on, eh what?  See wot I mean?”

“He that saith he is in the light, and hateth his brother, is in darkness even until now.  He that loveth his brother abideth in the light, and there is none occasion of stumbling in him.  But he that hateth his brother is in darkness, and walketh in darkness and knoweth not whither he goeth, because that darkness hath blinded his eyes. . . .  If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar:  for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?”

  —­I.  John, ii. 9-11, iv. 20.

“The hunger for brotherhood is at the bottom of the unrest of the modern civilized world.”

  —­George Frederick Watts.

ORIGINAL CAST OF CHARACTERS

IN

THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE

BY

CHARLES RANN KENNEDY

AS PRESENTED BY

THE HENRY MILLER ASSOCIATE PLAYERS

AT

THE SAVOY THEATRE.  NEW YORK

ON MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1906

A PLAY OF THE PRESENT DAY, IN FIVE ACTS, SCENE INDIVIDABLE SETTING FORTH THE STORY OF ONE MORNING IN THE EARLY SPRING

PERSONS IN THE PLAY

James PONSONBY MAKESHYFTE, D.D., The Most Reverend,
  The Lord Bishop of Lancashire
    Mr. Arthur Lewis

The reverend William Smythe, Vicar,
  Mr. Charles Dalton

Auntie, the Vicar’s Wife
  Miss Edith Wynne MATTHISON

Mary, their niece
  Miss Mabel Moore

Mr. Robert Smith, a gentleman of necessary occupation,
  Mr. Tyrone power

Rogers, a page-boy
  Mr. GALWEY Herbert

Manson, a butler
  Mr. Walter Hampden

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