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|Let Me Hear You Whisper |
Broadway Theatre Archive
Actors: Bil Baird, Philip Bruns, Anthony Holland, Ruth White, Elizabeth Wilson
Director: Glenn Jordan
Genres: Drama, Television, Musicals & Performing Arts
By Paul Zindel. Set in a research laboratory that embodies the mechanical, detached attitudes of the 20th century science, this play tells the poignant story of a friendless, simple scrubwoman (Ruth White) and a dolphin wh... more »
Ruth's last hurrah!
Sylviastel | 09/09/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Ruth White was a Broadway stage, film, and television actress with an enormous range of talent. None better than in this 70 minute display. She plays a lonely night cleaner in a science laboratory. She befriends the dolphin and they form a unique communication between them that they understand. The dolphin represents her in many ways. The dolphin is trapped in a pool of water with no where to go. He wants to go to the sea and Ruth's character would do anything for him. If the dolphin does not talk to others, he will lose his life. Ruth's admirable performance is worth watching. If you're a Ruth White fan, you will certainly appreciate this drama. Bil Baird is the puppeteer behind the dolphin and Elizabeth Wilson plays a very cold well-meaning night manager. All of the characters appear to be as lonely as the dolphin in the cage."