The Veritabile – Orla’s Song

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April 2, 2014 by wandalusst

P1110483Photo Credit: Lucy Crossett  Shows Marg Dobson, as Verity, serenaded by Wilhelmina Stracke in the role of Orla. Projection by Jane Murphy, Lighting by Rachel Burke, Costumes by Alice Prowse

Here, a love song. “Let me turn your pages….” sings the devoted Orla to her beloved Verity, as Verity struggles to complete Volume Three of her long-awaited trilogy.

And the punters said: “What a great night! I was booked in for the musical picnic, but happily caught the last act of the moved reading. It’s a riot, really witty and kooky, and the songs are absolutely gorgeous. I’m so glad it got its big outing.”

One thought on “The Veritabile – Orla’s Song

  1. veepas says:

    And so are we!

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