Dramatized by D.D. Brooke. Based on the story by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Cast: 7m., 6w., extras. F. Scott Fitzgerald, the foremost chronicler of the 1920s, created this classic short story of young people, their charm and underlying sadness. Bernice, an insecure young woman of 18, is visiting her popular cousin Marjorie. At a series of country club dances, Bernice is, at first, a wallflower. Marjorie tries to help her gain popularity and succeeds beyond the wildest expectations of either girl. When Bernice wins Yale man Warren away from Marjorie, Marjorie exacts a terrible revenge. Bernice, learning from the experience, turns the tables in a surprise ending. Area staging. Approximate Running Time: 35 minutes.