A Chorus of Disapproval - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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In the bar after the rehearsal, Dafydd orders a beer while Guy orders a gin and tonic. This choice is unusual since most of the cast drinks beer.

Rebecca shouts across the bar that the other actors all agree that Guy should play a character called Matt the Mint. The drinks arrive and Dafydd proposes a toast to the production, revealing that they have another three and half months of rehearsal. Bridget, now working behind the bar, tells Dafydd there is a phone call for him from his wife. Dafydd goes to the phone, leaving Guy to keep an eye on his beer.

Fay, one of the other women who finds Guy attractive, comes over to him. She chats flirtatiously, telling him that it is great having a new man in the company. Their conversation is interrupted twice. First to interrupt is Jarvis, who comments...

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