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DetailsThe Marrying of Ann Leete
, written in 1899 but set in 1799, had only two performances in 1902 until it was produced by the RSC in 1975. Carnaby Leete, a devious politician with a career in trouble, having married off one daughter to further his political ambitions, is now wet to do the same with daughter number two. But Ann, standing on the threshold of the new century, looks at her sister, on the verge of divorce, and at her brother, who is regarded as having married beneath him, and decides to challenge the world she sees around her.Performers David Antrobus, David Barnaby, Robert Benfield, Sam Dowson, Parkinson, Jack Sandle, Eve Shickle, Morgan Symes, David Timson, Joanna Wake, Octavia Walters, Peter Wyatt.
Author Harley Granville Barker. Producer Orange Tree Theatre. Director Sam Walters. Design Tim Meacock.
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