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Still Waters | [Claudia Allen]

Still Waters

A shortage of men during World War II in a rural Michigan town causes Myrtle to become a preacher. She ministers to her community with wit, wisdom, a practical approach and insights far ahead of her time. But when the war ends, Myrtle must look to her close-knit family for support, as she battles small-town preconceptions that stand in the way of her continuing ministry.
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Audible Editor Reviews

In this live recording of the Joseph Jefferson Award-winning play Still Waters, from L.A. Theatre Works, a woman in small-town Michigan takes on the role of a preacher during World War II, only to discover her ministry challenged when the war draws to a close and the men return home. A dynamic performance from Tony award-winning actress Deanna Dunagan makes Myrtle's struggle relatable, while the supporting cast including Joe D. Lauck, Nancy Ollar, and Mary Mulligan all bring energy, humor, and compassion to this thought-provoking play.

Publisher's Summary

When there is a shortage of men during World War II in a rural Michigan town, Myrtle decides to become a preacher. She ministers to her community with wit, wisdom, a practical approach, and insights far ahead of her time. But when the war ends, Myrtle must look to her close-knit family for support, as she battles small-town preconceptions that stand in the way of her continuing ministry.

A full-cast performance featuring Deanna Dunagan, Joe D. Lauck, Nancy Lollar,Mary Mulligan, Larry Neuman Jr., Barbara June Patterson, Tim Sheridan, and Meg Thalken.

©2010 L.A. Theatre Works (P)2010 L.A. Theatre Works

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