A one woman show about a man who played ingenues until woman were allowed on stage. Was shown as part of Redeye Collaborative's Works in Progress Series, then was produced at Central City Theatre in 2000.
From City Pages by Max Sparber:
"Regan, who wrote and stars in this one act about two wretched Cromwell-era British actors, has a genuinely daffy comic sensibility. She begins the performance as an insufferably mannered actor named Cecil Graves, whose career is failing now that he has grown too old to play young girls and who develops such an obsession with actress Anne Bracegirdle (who, Regan's program notes inform us, actually existed) that he locks her in a box and steals her clothes. Soon, Regan has switched roles, now playing Bracegirdle. This character declares dainty phrases such as "I need a moment on the fainting couch! and takes her afternoons to visit Graves and say cruel things to him. Ostensibly a reflection on gender, the script ends up being an entertaining character study of two rather preposterous createures who despise and- very obviously- deserve each other."
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