Australian Suffrage Theatre on the World Stage
The Burglar (Katharine Susannah Prichard)
KATHARINE SUSANNAH PRICHARD
First performed at the The First Australian Drama Night, organised by William Moore and Louis Esson in Melbourne, 1909
Miss Sophia Hawthorn
A bedroom. French windows at the back, half open, with the blinds up, giving a view onto a verandah and a garden. In the right-hand corner, opposite the window, an old-fashioned bed, curtained with heavy rose-flowered chintz. In the left-hand corner, a dressing-table and a chest of drawers. In a line with it, on the left wall, fireplace and mantlepiece. In the centre, a chintz-covered armchair, and a small table, on which is a rosewood box. On a chair near the bed a dressing gown; beside the chair a pair of slippers.
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