Rachel Crothers' play is set entirely on a westbound train over the course of a four day trip, and tells the story of Julie Rutherford, a proud but broken young woman who believes that things cannot possibly get any worse -- until disaster strikes.
The play debuted on Broadway in 1918, and subsequently toured the country. In 1927, it was made into a silent film.
The Mint production will feature set design by Roger Hanna, costume design by Martha Hally, lighting design by Paul Whitaker, and sound design by Jane Shaw.
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