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Original musical debuts this week

Original post made on Mar 16, 2009

"Puah's Midwife Crisis," written and directed by Cheryl Goodman-Morris of Portola Valley, opens Friday, March 20, for two weekends. Lyrics and music are by Ms. Goodman-Morris and colleague Karen Russell.
[Web Link ■ ==B Birth of a musical: Author tells of 25-year gestation==]
[Web Link ■ About the Portola Valley Theatre Conservatory]


Read the full story here Web Link posted Sunday, March 15, 2009, 11:37 PM

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Posted by Carla Hartley
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on Mar 16, 2009 at 8:44 am

I would love to learn more about this play. I have been a midwifery educator for nearly 30 years and I love the Biblical heritage and legacy that midwives have. Please contact me
Carla@ancientartmidwifery.com


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