Gilbert & Sullivan: Set Me Free

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Disney-Hyperion, Aug 9, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
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Although conditions in Sherborn Women's Prison are miserable, the inmates' spirits soar when the new chaplain decides to stage a musical: Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance. The show transforms the women, and no one is changed more than sixteen-year-old Libby Dodge, who discovers she's a natural performer. But Libby is still bound by her prison sentence and shadowed by her murky past. Gilbert and Sullivan may make prison life more bearable, but can musical theater set her free?

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Kathleen Karr is the author of nearly two dozen highly regarded books, including the Golden Kite Award winner The Boxer. Raised on a chicken farm in New Jersey, she worked in the film industry and taught high school and college before becoming a full-time writer. She now lives in Washington, DC.

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