Pre-1947, date and venue unknown
Should the vicar’s wife continue her own career at the expense of her husband’s? There is also a son arrested for sedition, parish dilemmas and the wife’s battle to support her clinic. The solution is precipitated by a parishioner in love with the vicar.
The play seems by its description quaint and old-fashioned, but harks back to an era when a woman’s place really was in the home, the doings of the Church Of England really mattered and the vicar was a staple of English society and therefore comedy. One might even call the play progressive by suggesting that there was a conflict between those assumptions and a married woman’s aspirations. But without knowing more about the play, it’s impossible to judge.
We don’t have a cast list, but the lead couple look like Bill Loraine and Joyce Stacey.