2 thoughts on “Cavalcade

  1. CAVALCADE. (1931). Noel Coward. ****.
    This is not a good reading play, but must be quite a spectacle when presented on stage. It contains lots of scenes requiring lots of heavy set changes and costume switches. There are lots of songs, too, although since they are popular tunes of the time, they are relatively unknown to the modern reader. It is, indeed, a cavalcade. It’s the story of one family in England from the close of the 19th century up to about 1930. It takes in the effects of all the ne

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