the voice of the turtle play

[1][2][3] Bill, still bitter over a love affair gone wrong from five years past, finds himself yet again hurt by love, and to make matters worse he has no hotel reservation, nor is there a nearby friend with whom he can stay. There was something likable about this small cast play, but unfortunately it never really takes off.

When young people from across the nation converge on the Big Apple, they discover new loves, share their dreams, and navigate the challenges of rapidly changing moral codes. My personal rating would be five stars, but those with some built in blinders to its charms, probably even four stars is a bit high. Controversial in its time, The Voice of the Turtle explores the sexual struggles of Sally Middleton, a young woman attempting to reconcile her childhood teachings on the importance of chastity with her newfound affection for Bill Page. Article Id: Elizabeth Bunch was cast as Sally Middleton, with Nick Toren and Megan Byrne portraying the characters of Bill Page and Olive Lashbrooke, respectively. Kristi & Abby Tabby. I saw this when it was first released in theaters and was entranced. This page was last modified on 22 July 2015, at 05:57.       Our Walking Plays Venue at Matheson House Museum, 11 Gore Street East, Perth: THE VOICE OF THE TURTLE is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH INC. Classic Theatre Festival updated their info in the about section.

NYC PRODUCTIONS 1. Our most recent publication is the remarkable quintet, Voices from the Past, by bestselling author Paul Alexander Bartlett, whose ... ...JOURNAL BOOKS BY PAUL ALEXANDER BARTLETT NOVELS VOICES FROM THE PAST: Sappho’s Journal ` Christ’s Journal ` Leonardo da Vi... ...mehow out of focus; yet it seems I hear the flute and lyre of the ceramic players. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Starring: Lana Sugarman as Sally Douglas Walker as Bill Rachel Fischer as Olive. Pre-show Talks are presented at 1:30pm before each matinee, and at 7:30pm before each evening performance. At the last minute, however, Olive is asked on a date by another man, and she decides to stand up Bill for what she considers to be the better offer. //-->, This article will be permanently flagged as inappropriate and made unaccessible to everyone. Good clean fun, and of course it's a love story. On November 25, 1947 the play transferred once more to the Hudson Theatre, where it ran until its closing on January 3, 1948. Anyway the movie is so sweet, it's endearing and worth the watch. The Voice of the Turtle is a comedic Broadway play by John William Van Druten dealing with the challenges of the single life in New York City during World War II.Controversial in its time, The Voice of the Turtle explores the sexual struggles of Sally Middleton, a young woman attempting to reconcile her childhood teachings on the importance of chastity with her newfound affection for Bill Page.                For directions, click HERE.               

[5] Altogether, The Voice of the Turtle ran for 1,557 performances, making it the 51st longest-running show and the 9th longest-running play in the history of Broadway. [5] Altogether, The Voice of the Turtle ran for 1,557 performances, making it the 50th longest-running show and the 9th longest-running play in the history of Broadway. Are you certain this article is inappropriate? Simple comedy and love story between a soldier and romantic girl. The Voice of the Turtle (play): | | | The Voice of the Turtle | | | | ... World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the … By the author of Bell, Book & Candle, I Am a Camera and last year’s CTF hit, There’s Always Juliet. Unfortunately, perhaps because of being written 75 years ago, I found it to be a bit of romantic fluff. And the soldier Bill - well, he's just a nice, lonely guy who likes sex and he may even be sincere.