The Time Is Not Yet Ripe

Louis Esson is considered to be the first great Australian dramatist. The political comedy The Time is Not Yet Ripe was first produced in 1912 and is one of his best known works.
Doris, daughter of the incumbent prime minister, Sir Joseph Quiverton, has news for her father – she has just become engaged. Much to Sir Joseph’s dismay her fiancé is none other than an opposing candidate in the forthcoming general election – and a revolutionary socialist to boot. Is Sir Joseph in danger of losing both his reputation and his majority in parliament?
Presented by the Online Stage
Sir Joseph Quiverton – Peter Tucker
Doris/ A Cheeky Youth – Elizabeth Chambers
English Butler/A Fat Man – Joseph Tabler
Sir Henry Pilsbury – Denis Daly
Lady Pilsbury – Maureen Boutilier
John K. Hill/An Old Man – Ben Stevens
Sydney Barrett – David Prickett
Miss Perkins – Leanne Yau
Otto – John Burlinson
Harry Hopkins – Alan Weyman
Peter Jensen – Marty Krz
Arthur Gray – Phil Benson
Bertie Wainwright – Ben Lindsey-Clark
A Working Woman – Linda Barrans
Violet Faulkner – Sarah Backholer
Stage directions read by K. G. Cross
Audio edited by Denis Daly
Cover image by Denis Daly

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