“We always call back to something from our previous shows,” explained Seguin.
And near the end of the play, Seguin offered an allusion to Fiddler on the Roof, yelling, “Sunrise, sunset!”
For example, when visiting the White House, Seguin yelled, “Check for a free pen!”
And Seguin plays one of the more anti-Semitic representations.
During all this time Seguin was on the other side of the building with his daughter.
Then came the learned Seguin; 'a right sour man was he,' said those who knew him.
Seguin only, with the doctor and a few men, is engaged some distance off, pitching a tent.
In our plans of the previous night, Seguin had not concealed the perils of our expedition.
That gentle, docile, emotional little sheep was not a Seguin, she often remarked.
“It is not improbable,” said Seguin, in a low and emphatic voice.