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The Second 2005 ADAM Playreading

The Second 2005 ADAM Playreading

3pm this Sunday, 28th August, at Downstage Theatre – tickets $6 on the day.

Lonely Heart by Michael Nicholas Williams

Don’t miss this chance to be present at the first public showing of Lonely Heart; a musical based on the true story of the notorious Lonely Heart Killers in 1940s America.

Martha Beck is one of life’s losers, but in her dreams she is Scarlett O’Hara waiting for Rhett Butler. When her only friend sends her name to a Lonely Hearts Club, Martha meets Ray Fernandez and for once in her life she feels loved. But Ray isn’t everything he appears to be and the consequences are deadly ...

Michael has been a professional Musical Director since 1983 and has been responsible for over 50 shows throughout Australasia.

Jean
Script Development Coordinator, Playmarket

www.playmarket.org.nz
New Zealand's playscript advisory service and playwrights' agency

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