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(From The Northern Echo)
Byline: Viv Hardwick
DAISY, Daisy, give me your answer do. . . and, like the song, the man half crazy about her and hoping to pop the question is strait-laced travel writer Frederick Winterbourne (a rather unemotional Richard Grieve). This first stage adaptation of the Henry James novel takes the slow scenic route to love's labours lost with plenty of well-costumed quotes and history notes. But a little less Byron and a bit more bloodlust is required as ex-EastEnder Scarlett Johnson's Daisy saunters casually through the male-female conventions of 19th century Europe.
Saddled with Schenectady as her character's birthplace to …