Butterflies Are Free–a play by Leonard Gershe

I know you—you’ll be looking it up on the internet to see if you
can read it for free—-but be careful!

for you CAN read Butterflies Are Free (free) on the internet—but
not the right one!  You want the play by Leonard Gershe written in
1969.

The setting is an apartment on East 11th Street in New York.  A
single man is living there–trying to prove to his mother than he can
get along on his own—-when he gets tangled up with a lovely hippie
girl who is his neighbor.  Of course Mom comes for a drop-in visit . . .

Maybe your library has a copy—wouldn’t that be nice?  Put it on
your list.  There are only 107 pages—can be read easily in a night–
and you will laugh out loud.

No fair watching the movie til you’ve read the play—

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2 Responses to Butterflies Are Free–a play by Leonard Gershe

  1. Stefanie says:

    Sounds like fun. Have you ever seen this play acted?

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