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In 1853 the celebrated art critic John Ruskin, his wife Effie, and the Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais depart in high spirits for the Scottish Highlands. When they return four months later, London is already beginning to whisper of the woman one man calls mad, and the other... The Countess
. Gregory Murphy's play is based on one of the most notorious scandals of the Victorian age.Performers Jean Boht (Mrs Ruskin), Linda Thorson (Lady Elizabeth Eastlake), Nick Moran (John Ruskin), Alison Pargeter (Effie), Damian O'Hare (Millais), Gerald Harper (Mr Ruskin), Chris Garwood, Edmund Kente, Deidra Morris.
Author Gregory Murphy. Producer Countess Productions UK Ltd. Producer Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. Director Ludovica Villar-Hauser. Lighting Doug Filomena. Design Jason Denvir. Costume Christopher Lione. Music Dewey Dellay. Sound Dan Last.
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