A Girl Could Get Lucky

by  Don Appell

Full Length Play, Comedy  /  1m, 1f

"Husbands nudge their wives every time the wife in the play does something silly, wives dig their elbows into their husbands' ribs... A knack for writing real life dialogue." - The New York Herald Tribune

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A Girl Could Get Lucky

by  Don Appell

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A two-character play about a taxi driver and a secretary, their romance, marriage, and first months together. Marriage is never easy and this is a fond portrait of the period of adjustment.
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"Husbands nudge their wives every time the wife in the play does something silly, wives dig their elbows into their husbands' ribs... A knack for writing real life dialogue." - The New York Herald Tribune "Mixes laughs with occasional tremors of emotion, but neither is overdone. It is observant and painstaking about the minutiae of light housekeeping in the modern New York way." - The New York Times "Bright, funny, tender. . . . Wholesome and honest comedy." - The New York World Telegram & Sun

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Don Appell

Don Appellwas a playwright, director, and actor. Appell wrote Milk And Honey (1961), a musical comedy about Americans in Israel. His work was praised by Howard Taubman in The New York Times for its ''ring of authenticity'' and ''taste and imagination.'' His other plays included Lullaby (1954) and A Girl Could Get ...

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