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Presented by The Online Stage.

Virginia Woolf's 1925 novel takes place over the course of a single June day in the lives of some very different Londoners: wealthy society hostess Clarissa Dalloway, who is preparing for a party; her old friend Peter Walsh, recently returned from India, whose proposal of marriage Clarissa rejected years ago; Septimus Warren Smith, a WWI veteran suffering from shell shock; and his Italian-born wife, Rezia, who is trying to care for him as best she can. Woolf's beautiful prose captures the minds and souls of these vivid characters, who exist simultaneously in a fractured present and in their pasts, as well as the beating heart of a city and a nation still reeling from the cataclysm of the Great War.


Narrator - Elizabeth Klett

Clarissa Dalloway - Lillian Rachel

Peter Walsh - Rob Goll

Septimus Warren Smith - Josh Innerst

Rezia Warren Smith - Nancy Peterson

Sally Seton - Sara Sheckells

Lady Bruton - Sarah Mitchell

Hugh Wentworth - Alan Weyman

Elizabeth Dalloway - Amanda Friday

Richard Dalloway - David Prickett

Dr. Holmes - Graham Scott

Dr. Bradshaw - Andrew Coleman

Miss Kilman - Anna Grace

Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett

Public Domain (P)2021 The Online Stage

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