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Girl in Love by Ann Gilmer
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Girl in Love (1968)

by Ann Gilmer

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The Play's the Thing...

Stella Allward didn't have much faith in Courtney Burr's new play "Girl in Love," since all his others had been flops. But touring with the show in summer theater would be good expereince, even if it never made it to Broadway. Besides, it was a chance to work with her idol, producer Frank Mitchell, and with an old friend, Bob Collier--or was he more than a friend? Stella couldn't decide.

To everyone's surprise, as rehearsals progressed, "Girl" really began to look like a hit... or would have if its star, Anna Wade, had more talent. Unfortunately, Anna was the show's biggest financial backer; it would go on with her... or not at all. But there was something else Miss Wade wanted besides top billing: a new husband. Her choice was Frank Mitchell, who not only wasn't interested in the part, but was beginning to discover Stella... as a woman as well as a talented actress.
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