by Martin M. Zuckerman

directed by John Cooper

There is often a great gulf between the dreams of a young girl and the realities of the world in which she lives. For Charity Royall, a young librarian with little education, few friends and a longing for another life, big dreams and true love are seemingly beyond her reach. Adapted by Martin M. Zuckerman from the novella Summer, by Pulitzer Prize winner Edith Wharton, the play, set in 1910, tells the story of a young woman’s yearnings and sexual awakening. During the summer months in her sleepy New England village she is forced to face the harsh realities of life.


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Theatre/Venue Turtle's Shell Theater 

300 W. 43rd St., 4th floor  New York

Phone Number for Reservations 646 765 7670 
Website for reservations  
Running time 2hr. 0min. 


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