Yellow Roses and Fancy Free
by Stanley Houghtan
This month we are looking back to the early 20th century and reading two one-act Vaudeville playlets by Stanley Houghtan – Yellow Roses and Fancy Free.
Featuring a special introduction by Mari Lyn Henry; author, theatrical historian, founder of the Society for the Preservation of Theatrical History, and recipient of a Special Award from the League of Professional Theatre Women for her contributions to the industry, advocacy and heritage. SocietyPTH.com
SUNDAY, MARCH 21
6:45pm ZOOM ROOM OPENS 7:00pm START
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Meeting ID: 895 9172 7021
FEATURING: Mari Lyn Henry, Richard Clodfelter, Emily DeSotelle, Matthew Ip Shaw, Joe Staton
Yellow Roses – Nothing is lost forever, and even from the prickliest of thorns, a rose can bloom.
Fancy Free – A comedy of manners, and of marriage – in which the only unforgivable fault is a lack of style. When anything goes, frivolity is the only necessity.
Bring your glass of wine, a beer or non-alcoholic beverage and (of course) munchies, dinner or dessert, mingle and then sit back and enjoy a FUN & FREE Reading on Zoom!
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