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Copyright 2011, Cynthia Wolfe Boynton. All rights reserved.
An autobiographical one-act,
one-woman play

Written and performed by
Cindy Wolfe Boynton

Directed by Reno Venturi

Run time: 45 minutes

Frozen in a moment of crisis, an
emotionally and physically drained
Cindy must choose: ignore the
ringing telephone and get the sleep
she so desperately needs, or make
another late-night rush to help the ill
mother who’s never once said I love
you.
Read Right Time to Say I
Love You
-  chosen one of the
Solo Theatre Festival and included
Read Right Time to Say I  -
 chosen one of the  -  chosen one
of the
10 best scripts of the 2011
United
10 best  of the 2011 United
Solo Theatre Festival and included
in Indie Theatre Now's 2010-11
"Best of" United Solo Collection!

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 The 3rd largest theater
              festival in the world!
Named one of the best scripts at
the 2013 United Solo Theatre
Festival in NYC!
The courageous story of little-known civil and women's rights
activist Prudence Crandall, a white woman who three decades
before the start of the Civil War opened the first school in New
England for African-American girls.
Determined. Defiant. Alone.
Connecticut actor Brenda L. Jacobson playing Prudence.