Written by: Michael Hollinger
Dates: Oct 14-16, 21-23, 28-30, Nov 4-6
Fri/Sat: 7:30pm | Sun: 2pm
In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?
Directed by Cynthia White
Mary Leedy as Myra Babbage
Curt Simmons as Franklin Woolsey
Melanie Workhoven as Vivian Woolsey
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