Mary Shaw, The charming actress #48 [Keystone - ENG 1]

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Mary Shaw
#48 - The charming actress

Interpretato da: A. K.

Motto: The heroic fidelity of Antigone, the fateful fury of Cassandra, the devouring fever of Phaedra, the ferocity of Medea, the sacrifice of Iphigenia, Mirra before her father, Polissena and Alceste before her death, Cleopatra as fickle as the wind and the blaze of the firmament , Lady Macbeth prophesising the executioner with small hands, the great lilies of dew and tears, Imogene, Juliet, Miranda, and Rosalind, Jessica and Perdita, the sweetest souls, the most terrible and the most magnificent were all in her.
Group: Artists and intellectuals
Teaser: 'A woman's head only serves to hold a pretty hairstyle,'' says Mary, laughing, to her friend Annie when she reminds her to use her brain. Dear, dear Annie, and all those obtuse suffragettes, convinced that women should have the authority of a man! This madness of feminism will pass, of course, like all bizarre fashions. And finally women will return to doing what is most congenial and enjoyable: seduction, flaunting their charms, seeking excellence in art. The exertion of the mind, brute force and all other men's weapons, better to leave those to the menfolk ...
After all, why should Miss Shaw want to disguise her own character with masculine airs? Wearing different clothes, multiform and passionate, she bears her soul on the stage, in that place that is every place, where the story of an evening contains all stories, all suffering and every love. She's talented, Mary, although she knows that many of those who praise her do it just to get her between the sheets. But the art that is in her is true, honest and candidly pure. If her talents are able to lead her to a successful marriage and admittance into the golden circle of the powerful, Mary will not spurn the opportunity.

Relations: She is a close friend of Annie Besant, and has a good relationship with her maid Eileen Walsh. She met Cesar Dyer and would like to discover the details of her so very romantic life . She had a brief relationship with Lord Gordon Asherton. Respects Charlotte Cotillard: her career is now waning but she was once a beacon of the arts. Alphonse Raimbaud Rubenstein was extremely gallant with her when they met in Paris. At the thermal baths she met Guy de Maupassant and his servant Candide Artoise: curiously, he seems equally interested in conversation with both of them. During the time she lived in America she was accompanied by the tycoon Clayton William White a rich and prominent man in American society.

Upstairs or Downstairs: Upstairs - Group: Artists and intellectuals - Nationality: Other - Gender: Female - Player's Age: Young - 36 years or less - Advices: A very open character with personal goals which she may achieve though many personal and political choices.

Altri membri del gruppo: Artists and intellectuals Pau Torregrosa (64 ) interpretato da DaryaH; C├ęsar Dyer (45 ) interpretato da MargheritaF; Dominique Lemaire (51 ) interpretato da Josefina-LuisaJ; Guy de Maupassant (52 ) interpretato da AlfioM; Arthur Conan Doyle (50 ) interpretato da GiovanniC; Charlotte Cotillard (53 ) interpretato da NathalieR; Shelley Ruthven (47 ) interpretato da DamienR; Paolo Valera (46 ) interpretato da JuhaH; Christopher Pierce (35 ) interpretato da Adrian Hvidbjerg P; Miriam Alexandrine de Rotschild (49 ) interpretato da AgnesR;