Ophelia's Jump Productions

Meet Catherine Givings. She likes to make angels in the snow. She doesn't know what kind of person she is. She is unfinished. She likes to be wet, then dry, then wet again.
Diagnosis: Perfectly healthy
Treatment: Snow Angels
Prognosis: Satisfactory

Meet Dr. Givings. Inventor, Scientist, Anatomical Poet. He wants to help people. He dislikes Madame Bovary (and apparently the French). He likes things that are useful.
Diagnosis: Latent romantic
Treatment: An energetic, young wife
Prognosis: Looking Up

Meet Dick Daldry. Neglected husband, wet nurse recruiter, bacon and sausage lover. He uses an umbrella precisely when it is raining and does not know how to converse in a drawing room without ending up with a stinging cheek. 


Diagnosis: persistent boorishness
Treatment: many walks in the garden
Prognosis: all wet

Meet Annie. Nurse, midwife and Greek scholar. She is always ready with a helping hand and knows how to get the job done. No man has ever asked her for anything but to "pass a clamp" and she never got around to marrying.

Diagnosis: Repressed romantic
Treatment: a kindred soul
Prognosis: Guarded

Meet Elizabeth.

Mother, Wife, Wet Nurse, Reluctant Confidante. She borrowed a child from God, but God took him back. 
Diagnosis: Real
Treatment: Living
Prognosis: Improving

Meet Annie. Nurse, midwife and Greek scholar. She is always ready with a helping hand and knows how to get the job done. No man has ever asked her for anything but to "pass a clamp" and she never got around to marrying.

Diagnosis: Repressed romantic
Treatment: a kindred soul
Prognosis: Guarded

Meet Sabrina Daldry. Sabrina cannot beat the ghosts out of her horrible green curtains. She plays songs she makes up on the piano. She does not like needlepoint, but enjoys brisk walks with dark-eyed female companions who know all about Greeks.
Diagnosis: Hysteria
Treatment: Electrical stimulation
Prognosis: It's complicated