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The Circle - The First Act:
The Scene is a stately drawing-room at Aston-Adey, with fine pictures on the walls and Georgian furniture. Aston-Adey has been described, with many illustrations, in Country Life. It is not a house, but a place. Its owner takes a great pride in it, and there is nothing in the room which is not of the period. Through the French windows at the back can be seen the beautiful gardens which are one of the features.
It is a fine summer morning.
The Circle - The Second Act:
The Scene is the same as in the preceding Act.
It is afternoon. When the curtain rises Porteous and Lady Kitty, Anna and Teddie are playing bridge. Elizabeth and Champion-Cheney are watching. Porteous and Lady Kitty are partners.
The Circle - The Third Act:
The Scene is the same as in the preceding Acts.
It is the night of the same day as that on which takes place the action of the second Act.