The original historical romance by Atlanta Radio Theater Company member Fiona Karanina Leonard Brown features the company in full voice and resonant with wit and wisdom in their performance of the story of the coming-of-age of a wise-beyond-her-years Jane Austen-style heroine. Original music scores the twists and turns of a love story convoluted by class and uneven relationships between the sexes. At inception, Miss Cordelia Marsden is taken under the wing of her widowed Aunt Catherine and at conclusion, with pause for an attempted murder, there are not one, but two, very unexpected engagements.
Miss Cordelia Marsden, having recently lost her father, finds herself unable to continue to live alone. In desperation, she writes to her Aunt Catherine.
Little did she know that this would lead to the happiest days of her life, for on the train to London she meets Lord William Lynton, and before the trip is through, she finds herself...kissed by a stranger!
A full-cast, fully soundscaped production of an historical romance from the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company!
©2004 Atlanta Radio Theatre Company (P)2004 Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
The instrumental music was annoying. The characters were a little difficult to discern at times and the emotions the characters were supposed to be portraying wasn't there most of the time. The best done character was the evil duke. That is sad because I wanted to like the hero and heroine. This did entertain me for a while though.
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