Enchanted April is a play about the power of nature and nurture. Two women, so unhappily married, so degraded, so self-righteous, find each other and then escape to Italy, to an advertised castle, because the artistic, young property owner has placed an advertisement. Along with these two not-so-old escapees, are an elderly dowager and a young seductress. Husbands appear, and there is hilarity and the element of timing and slapstick that enervates the bucolic setting of Italy, after the stark British interiors.
From The Novel By
Elizabeth Von Arnim
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1 Interpreted & Described Performance
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