The Bishop's Candlesticks

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The Bishop's Candlesticks is a play in one act by Norman McKinnell (1870–1932)[1],

Based on an incident in Victor Hugo's novel Les Misérables (1862), the play was originally produced at the Duke of York's Theatre, London, on 4 August, 1901.

1957: Performed by The Grey Players as their entry for the Round Table High Schools' One-act Play Festival. The cast consisted of Donn Jowell (Bishop), Warren Snowball (Convict ), Douglas Laurie (Persome), Nicholas Alexander (Marie), and Cliff Drysdale ("Gendarme").

Facsimile version of the text, Wikisource[2]