“Morning's at Seven” at Studio Players

“Morning's at Seven”
by Paul Osborn

Two of the Gibb sisters have lived next to one another most of their lives - and each of the four sisters know intimately the lives of the others. To Ida's house comes Myrtle, a spinster friend who's been about to marry Ida's son Homer for many years. But Homer can't break away from home long enough to pop the question. Myrtle, now at an age where she feels she'll have to take things into her own hands, finally makes him propose by telling him a secret. A humorous and charming portrait of small-town America in the earlier years of the 20th century

Performed by Studio Players
At Studio Playhouse
Performances ran
Saturday, April 1, 2000 thru Sunday, April 16, 2000