A three-act play about the lives of the brightest lights of London's Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, a reactionary art movement against stuffy Victorian ideals.
Thursday, July 4, 2013
Morris – Stocky, burly man with messy clothing stained with
paints and dyes. Prone to comical, short bursts of petulant anger, he
was quick to settle and laugh at himself. He is often jingling his
Morris – Very tall woman, passive in conversations, and quite
silent. Although she speaks very little, she listens and is
good-humoured and has a beautiful laughter. She wears plain dark
dresses with a lot of fabric, and bead necklaces.
Gabriel Rossetti – A serious fellow, very passionate and
intense, smiles rather than laughs. Can be sarcastic at times.
Siddal – A depressed drug addict whose mood shifts from manic
to drowsy. She dresses in a striped dress. She has long red hair.
Burne-Jones – Tiny and headstrong, very smart and speaking very
sharply and decisively.
Burne-Jones – A simple guy really, extraordinarily talented
artist just a good friend to everyone.
Swinburne – Very theatrical, kinetic and excited. Being very
entertaining and witty, he is everyone's darling. A short red-head
with a mustache.