Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling
In Chinquapin, Louisiana, any lady who is “anybody” has her hair done at Truvy’s beauty salon, the girls-only hub of small-town gossip. Far from careless talk, the high-energy banter is propelled by an underlying strength and purposefulness revealed over the course of the story. Alternately hilarious and touching, this critical and popular success suggests that its female characters can be as delicate as flowers but as tough as steel.
Created by MBT
104 N. Commercial St.
Bellingham, WA 98225
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