by William Inge
Directed by George Morrow
On Labor Day decades ago, a young man named Hal, full of animal vitality, wanders into the joint backyards of two families. Although he is self-conscious of his failings and his hard luck, he changes the lives of everyone within the households – mostly for the better. This Pulitzer Prize winning play made Paul Newman a star, and the movie version featured celebrities like William Holden, Kim Novak, and Rosalind Russell.