Helen Lenoir Quotes in Topsy-Turvy (1999)
Helen Lenoir Quotes:
Helen Lenoir: The more I see of men, the more I admire dogs.
Richard D'Oyly Carte: Who told you that?
Richard Barker: Hollingshead. I played a game of cricket with him this morning before breakfast at Coram's Fields.
Helen Lenoir: In this heat?
Richard Barker: Yes, madam, but not in this attire.
Helen Lenoir: Oh, good.
Sullivan: May I remind you, Helen, that I am not a machine.
Helen Lenoir: I would not suggest for one moment that you were.
Sullivan: You all seem to be treating me as a barrel-organ. You have but to turn my handle, and Hey Presto! Out pops a tune.
Helen Lenoir: [during a heat wave] I fear we shall all have to pray for rain.
Richard Barker: Well, if it's any consolation, every theatre in town is afflicted. Even the Gaiety, graced as it is with Madame Bernhardt's execrable Lady Macbeth.
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Characters on Topsy-Turvy (1999)
- Durward Lely
- Lucy Gilbert (Kitty)
- George Grossmith
- Richard Barker
- Mr. Seymour, Production Manager
- Fanny Ronalds
- Mr. Price
- Female Chorus Member
- Male Chorus Member
- Chorus Members
- Mr. Kent
- Richard Temple
- Maude Gilbert
- Rutland Barrington
- Jessie Bond
- Madame Leon
- Leonora Braham, Lead Soprano