Jane and her father acted together in a community production at the Dennis Playhouse, with Jane playing the role of the ingénue.
What is it like transitioning to the mom role after being an ingénue for so long?
"As a group, it's fascinating to see the change from ingénue to style icon," said Kerry Taylor.
The lady in the angel costume and the Iowan ingénue starting a Times Square dance party, just like real life.
Nature and my training have made you a perfect specimen of an ingénue, and I beseech you, darling, do me credit.
I like your habit of always practising the ingénue, even in your letters to me, it helps you to act it the better.
I question whether she was an ingénue at all, but, if she were, she was an ingénue of great and varied experience.
Only two kinds of woman, he would have maintained yesterday, could conceivably do a thing like this: an ingénue or 'that sort.'
No genuinely artistic likeness can be found between Mrs. Siddons, for instance, and116 the ingénue.
Even the most absolute ingénue is conscious that she is an ingénue, and Marian Fletcher was by no means that.