Summer of the seventeenth doll: a new play

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Random House, 1957 - Drama - 142 pages
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Arena Stage, Zelda Fichandler, managing director presents "Summer of the 17th Doll," by Ray Lawler, directed by Alan Schneider, settings by Mesrop Kesdekian, lighting by Leo Gallenstein.

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User Review  - BobFitzconner - LibraryThing

I knew Ray Lawler when he and his family lived in Ireland, for tax reasons, in the 1970s. I remember him as a sunny fellow who dressed conventionally. He told a newspaper interviewer that he described ... Read full review

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User Review  - KimMR - LibraryThing

A classic Australian play of the 1950s, Doll is now rarely professionally produced. This is a shame, because it remains a great play - a compelling drama with flashes of humour and real human tragedy ... Read full review


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