The final installment of Act One in James Olm’s “Mulberry.”
James Olm is the coordinator of the Musical Theatre program at Casper College in Casper, Wyoming. In June,2011, his newest musical, The Magdalene - of which he was composer/playwright/lyricist - opened Off-Broadway at the Theatre at St. Clements in New York City. In The Magdalene, he worked closely with Tony Award-winning director and lyricist Richard Maltby Jr. Olm has written three other musicals, composed music for many dramas, and is published with Samuel French, Inc. in New York.
James Olm continues his story about Thomas, Bean, and the mulberry tree. Where will scene 2 take us?
The setting: a small farm in Wisconsin, 1965. The story: family, memories, brothers. James Olm brings us the first scene of his play, “Mulberry.”
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