Gerrard is a playwright by profession. We can say so as many sentences mentioned in the play reveal his way of writing and working and at the same time throw light on his profession. The parts of the play that support the argument are as follows:
(i) This is all very melodramatic, not very original, perhaps, but...
(ii) At last a sympathetic audience!
(iii) In most melodramas, the villain is foolish enough to delay his killing long enough to be frustrated.
(iv) A mystery which I propose to explain.
(v) That’s a disguise outfit; false moustaches and what not.
(vi) Sorry, I can’t let you have the props in time for rehearsal; I’ve had a spot of bother – quite amusing. I think I’ll put it in my next play.
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