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Excerpt from Bunk or the Show Down Shown Up: A Mellow-Drama, in Only One Act (Thank Goodness)
Miss pringle. Gorgeous evening dress, the more daring the better, gaudy colors preferred. When she first enters she has over this a rather smart cloak of some kind, preferably an opera cloak.
The baron. Has a black tousled wig, a thin black moustache turning up at the ends, and much better than a real one, make this mous tache with a stick of black grease paint turning the ends like watch springs. Long black eye brows and bright pink cheeks. He wears a black coat, bright checked trousers, fancy four in-hand tie, carries a riding crop and smokes a cigarette.
Gerald. Dresses like the Man in White, White sporting shirt, immaculate white ﬂannel trousers, white shoes. When he first enters and asks for his trousers he puts a rain coat or big bath towel around his waist so it is not notice able to the audience that he already has his trousers on. His hair must be immaculately combed and brushed. He is the matinee hero.
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