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Saturday Night Dance Club
by Karen Truesdell Riehl
Pearl's young world is shattered when Papa orders her to leave home. She takes with her the secret of catching Papa in the pantry with the maid. Pearl finds a job in the city. On weekends she heads downtown to the Canteen to volunteer as a "suitable young lady" to dance with the boys in uniform. Pearl considers this her patriotic duty...
In the small town of Freedom, Indiana the charred remnants of the Cameron house have been undisturbed for a year. It’s the site of an unsolved arson fire, evoking fear and fascination in those with hidden connections to it when it served as a den of guilty pleasures. Dr. Steven Jansen met his beautiful wife Vickie there. His fond...
After she becomes pregnant with twins, Olivia is haunted by nightmares of dead soldiers. Her husband Michael passes them off as the result of indigestion. He doesn't believe in ghosts. When Olivia holds Griffin, her newborn baby boy, a feeling of dread comes over her. When she holds his fraternal twin Teddy, she feels nothing but joy. As...
Love and Madness: My Private Years with George C. Scott
by Karen Truesdell Riehl
Film and theater audiences were attracted to George C. Scott's powerful stage presence and charisma, as was Karen Truesdell, a Stephens College theatre student. After performing with him on stage, a long term love relationship developed. Following her graduation, Karen and George moved to New York City together, where George's problems...
When the author met her in 1977, Helga was an elementary school librarian, a 1948 German immigrant. Asked about her experience during the war, Helga quietly revealed she had been a "Jugend," a member of Hitler's child army, "trained to revere and obey the Fuhrer." When Riehl asked how children were recruited, she replied, "Clever...
Toots, a writer of sexy romance novels, and Max, both in their sixties, enjoy a weekend “cruise” on the Queen Mary, a ship docked for forty years in Long Beach, California and thought to be haunted. At dinner in Sir Winston's Restaurant the couple experience a ghost sighting of their own. It's the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, who...
From the playwright: "I wrote this play as a reminder of the harsh, unforgiving times that were the 1950’s, when uncomfortable words and actions were swept under the rug. If the dialogue sounds last century, or events seem improbable, we can be grateful they do. It's a fictionalized account of what happened to "girls in trouble." But...
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