Noel Coward’s ‘Relative Values’

Noel Coward's 'Relative Values'

There is trouble at Marshwood House.
Felicity, the countess, is dismayed that her errant son plans to marry an American movie star, Miranda Frayle, rather than “someone of his own class”.
But the countess’s displeasure is nothing compared with that of her maid, Moxie, who threatens to quit Marshwood before Miranda arrives.
The action hinges on the countess’s plan to keep Moxie while scuppering the marriage.
Coward’s satire of snobbery and the class system is stark reminder of former times and attitudes.

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