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This was the golden era for ocean travel: when ladies wore floor-length ball gowns, sometimes with parasols in hand, and gents donned flared frock-coats that gave them an hour-glass figure, a style inspired by Prince Albert.
Before long, the event took on the aura of a block party as residents settled in with lawn chairs, parasols, even mimosas.
Family central is the lower center court, which has a new grass lawn, a children’s play tepee, a corn hole game and a colorful hanging display of cloth parasols that resemble huge floral blooms.
That works beautifully in Mr. Doyle’s production, which is delicate and focused enough to make small gestures, such as the closing of a parasol, pay.
In it, a locomotive—yes, another locomotive—steams into a railroad station where men in Panama hats and women holding parasols wait under palms for their incoming relatives.
A sole parasol at the foot of the slope shields a mask-wearing woman selling warm soft drinks.
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PARASOL Defined for English Language Learners
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: a light umbrella that you use to protect yourself from the sun
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