Frank D. Gilroy
January 30-31, February 1, 1969
Director - Linda Grznar
Designer-Technical Director - Fred Thayer
Timmy Cleary returns home from his service during World War II. While he seems to vindicate himself in his father's eyes for surviving the war, his drinking and cursing disturb his mother. Though his parents, John and Nettie, seem to be happy, the peace proves to be a facade. Soon old emotional wounds and unresolved marital problems resurface. Caught in the middle, Timmy feels responsible for their squabbling, but can see no way to resolve their problems.
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Otterbein Theatre, Performing Arts, College Theatre, Drama
Otterbein University Theatre and Dance Department, "The Subject Was Roses" (1969). 1968-1969 Season. 2.