A Chorus of Disapproval Characters

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Mr. Ames

Mr. Ames is PALOS's shy piano-player. His personality is in direct contrast to Dafydd's. He only has a few lines of spoken dialogue.

Bridget Baines

Bridget is the daughter of the local publican. Bridget's official position at PALOS is stage manager and script prompt. In A Chorus of Disapproval she also parallels the character of Lucy, the publican's daughter in The Beggar's Opera. She is a rather ill-tempered young woman who manages to intimidate friends and foes alike with her physical aggression. Bridget's appearances usually center on her affair with Crispin and her hostility towards her rival, Linda. Her big scene comes in Act II, when she provokes Linda to tears.

Fay Hubbard

Fay is an attractive, sophisticated thirty-something woman. Ayckbourn describes her as "one of the local younger married jet-set." Fay calmly embarks upon an affair with Guy and lands him the part of Filch, assuming...

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