'Harlequin and Columbine (convincingly played by Ruth Conabere and Eric Donald) decide to abandon romance and become modern, but are appalled by the behaviour of Jack and Jill (Frank Goddard and Maisie Bennett), whom they chose as their models. Ultimately they convert this ultra-modern pair to romance.'
'The Playwriter Theatre', Table Talk, 28 June 1928, p.18.
First produced at the Playwriter Theatre on 21 June 1928, along with three other one-act plays by women writers (including Handley's Technique).
Ruth Conabere (Columbine), Eric Donald (Harlequin), Jack (Frank Goddard), and Maisie Bennett (Jill).