A Chorus of Disapproval - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

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Again, the music ending the previous scene blends with the beginning of this scene: another rehearsal of Beggar's Opera. After Guy finishes his song, Dafydd talks with him about Crispin, who has "both those girls on a string" and tells him that Ian has dropped out of the production. Dafydd asks Guy to take over Ian's larger role of Filch, telling him that since he joined the company, he has been "growing in confidence every day." Guy agrees. Dafydd reveals that asking Guy to be the replacement was Fay's idea, announces to the company the change in casting and moves the rehearsal on.

Guy, as Filch, Crispin, as MacHeath, and the women perform a song-and-dance celebrating the joys of youth, and calling for indulgence and being carefree. As they continue, Dafydd shouts out directions.

At the end, Dafydd calls out that the women should turn...

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