On the Fourth of July holiday in 1906, the Miller family prepares to celebrate in their New England home. Young Richard, 16, is a thoughtful and poetic youth in love with a neighbor girl, Muriel. When Richard's messages of poetry to Muriel upset her prudish father, Muriel is forbidden to see him and forced to write a letter saying she wishes no more to do with him. Richard, devastated, sets out to learn the evil ways of the world and put his broken heart behind him. Written by
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The women's costume have zippers, which had not been invented at the time of the story. See more
Version of Summer Holiday
Written by Tom Turpin
Arranged & performed by William Bolcom See more