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COLLECTIONScripts and screenplays
TITLEA Cup of Tea
AUTHOR 1Roger White
TITLE_PARENTAnother Song, Another Season: Poems and Portrayals
PUB_THISGeorge Ronald
ABSTRACTMonologue from the point of view of a fictitious character who meets 'Abdu’l-Baha. Upper class and prejudiced, she does not believe she can change her life sufficiently to embrace the Faith, but has a life-changing experience meeting the Master.
NOTES Download an audio production of this monologue at, and see a video version at
TAGS- `Abdu'l-Bahá,; Arts; Drama; Fiction; Roger White
About: "A Cup of Tea" is about a fictitious character who meets Abdu’l-Baha through the portrait painter Juliet Thompson. Upper class, snobbish, and prejudiced, she is not prepared to change her life sufficiently to adopt Abdu’l-Baha’s teachings. Yet she is profoundly influenced by this imaginary meeting with Him. “A Cup of Tea” is written by Roger White and read by Anne Perry. (Download audio at
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