This touching and often funny play is about the growth of an English family during the war. One of the daughters, a plain girl with a limp who doubts that any man will ever find her of interest, is the center of the play, and her wry point of view propels the play. Learn More
Adapted by I. E. Clark. Based on the play by Nicholas Udall.
Product Code: RB6000
Comedy | Farce
Middle School | High School | College
2m., 4w., extras.
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