If you are interested in reading a play about the affect the land has on our lives and welfare, run don’t walk to order or read your copy of “Tortoise Shell” by Mary Anneeta Mann.
This is the story of the settlers and pioneers who opened up North Queensland, Australia and the personal and professional battles they waged.
The play is an achingly sincere account of family and the definition of that word.
It also gives the reader a deeply telling glimpse of love and what that means.
Mann, who is a shining light as an author and playwright in Los Angeles, sinks her heart, soul and being into this play.
The tortoise shell being a sort of sign of the deceptive beauty of country or earth.
Review of Mary Anneeta Mann’s Latest Play TORTOISE SHELL February 3rd, 2019Radomir Vojtech Luza