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The Order is Love
by Carol Lynn Pearson
Set to music by Lex De Azevedo
Provo, UT: Trilogy Arts Production, 1971 (96p.)
 

Genre:  Drama
Sub Genres:
Historical Fiction
Musical

Subjects: Mormons--Musicals.;
Summary:
This play tells the story of Orderville in southern Utah, the home of the longest United Order experiment.

Annotations:
Premiered at Brigham Young University in 1971, directed by Max Golightly. This is considered one of a few watershed plays in the development of Mormon drama because it raised professional writing standards and reached a commercial audience.

HBLL Call No: BX 8688.2 .P317o

Reviewed In:
[Review of] The Order is Love by Carol Lynn Pearson by Lee Allred
Mormon Shakespear[e]s: A Study of Contemporary Mormon Theatre by Frederick Bliss, P. Q. Gump
Fiddlin' Around in Orderville, or, A Mormon on the Roof by Richard H. Cracroft






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