Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Her Own Way is by Clyde Fitch, one of the most successful playwrights of early Broadway. “He was known for writing strong central roles for women,” Lane said. “Georgiana, the heroine in this play, exhibits great independence and integrity.” 

 Set in a well-to-do New York City household, the play involves subjects that are still relevant, such as stock market speculation and a controversial war—as well as the troubled course of true love.

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