In this touching period comedy, a beautiful poetess dwells in idyllic obscurity on a Berkshire estate with a band of unlikely cohorts, including an Irish cook, a lovesick gardener and an unlikely playmate. When neighbor Edith Wharton passes Sarah's poems on to a Boston publishing firm, editor Peter Woodburn comes calling. Sparks fly when this unlikely pair faces off, and all get caught in the crossfire.
"Beautifully written…a story of nature and change." —Talkin' Broadway. "A lovely play which will leave you with a lot to think about." —CurtainUp. "Funny, moving and witty." —Metroland (Boston).