Butterflies Are Free
by Leonard Gershe
Presented by Harry M. Miller
J. C. Williamson Theatres, Her Majesty’s Theatre, Adelaide, c1970, black and white photographs, two-tone covers, staple-bound paperback booklet/programme
Very Good Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, minor rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, a little creasing, foxing, age toning and rubbing, short scribblings in blue ink on back cover (see photographs)
““Butterflies Are Free”
is an enormously entertaining light comedy which can always be called a commercial manufacture if you are persuaded that every time you enjoy yourself in the Theatre someone is playing a trick on you. It has, perhaps, a loftier intention than keeping you from committing suicide in the Foyer (and given some of the plays we see it’s strange there aren’t more suicides), but it has something indispensable to Theatre, if there is going to be any Theatre, and that is a working knowledge of what makes a play Play.
Programme for play presented and performed at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Adelaide, starring Sean Scully, Wendy Hughes, Miriam Karlin and Stewart Faichney, directed by John Tasker and produced by Harry M. Miller”