The Back of the Book

Rosneblatt, Roger
October 1975
New Republic;10/11/75, Vol. 173 Issue 15, p31
Entertainment Review
Reviews two theatrical productions. "In the Shadow of the Glen," directed by Rowan Crymble and starring Maureen Phelps and Bob Hewis; "The Well of the Saints," directed by Carmel O'Reilly and starring Billy Meleady and Beth Gotha.


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