Lucy Honeychurch
Lucy dwells at once within art and her own life, at times confusing the two. She converses with her creator, E.M. Forster, as well as with other characters (Freddy, Cecil Vyse, Charlotte, her mother. . .) in the novel who also have escaped the pages and roam across the centuries. Still very much in love with George Emerson, who loves her very much as well, she encounters the world forever with the desires and frustrations of one who strives to, in the words of Reverend Beebe, "live as she plays." Written and performed by Laura Hope-Gill
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About This Play
Character : 
Lucy Honeychurch I was raised in Surrey and written by turn-of-the-20th-century writer E.M. Forster in a novel, A Room with a View.
Played by author Laura Hope-Gill

Duration : 
Began Jul 1st 2011 and currently active.

Genre : 
Fiction

Inspired by : 
Tom Andrew's cinéma vérité, Woody Allen's Purple Rose, All things Keats and, of course, cutting school to watch RWAV with Audrey for $1.00.

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