An Ideal Husband ACT I. _The Octagon Room in Sir Robert Chiltern’s House in Grosvenor Square_. ACT II. _Morning-room in Sir Robert Chiltern’s House_. ACT III. _The Library of Lord Goring’s House in Curzon Street_. ACT IV. _Same as Act II_. TIME: _The Present_ PLACE: _London_. _The action of the play is completed within twenty-four hours_. THEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET _Sole Lessee_: _Mr. Herbert Beerbohm Tree_ _Managers_: _Mr. Lewis Walle MRS. MARCHMONT. Going on to the Hartlocks’ to-night, Margaret? LADY BASILDON. I suppose so. Are you? MRS. MARCHMONT. Yes. Horribly tedious parties they give, don’t they? LADY BASILDON. Horribly tedious! Never know why I go. Never know why I go anywhere. MRS. MARCHMONT. I come here to be educated. LADY BASILDON. Ah! I hate being educated! MRS. MARCHMONT. So do I.
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