One Evening in May

The Annisquam Village Library has sent out this notice. Elinor’s last play reading was a true delight. This one may be even better.  All GMG readers know Elinor from the wonderful photos she submits regularly to the blog, under Squam Creative.  Now you can get to know her as a playwright and director too.

On February 21st, ONE EVENING IN MAY written and directed by local author and resident, Elinor Teele, will be presented in a reading with fellow actors in the Library at 8 o’clock. Annisquam thespian, Beebe Nelson, will be one of the participants.
The plot follows the fortunes of the Greenwood family over the course of one magical May night. Nick, the patriarch, is attempting to keep crows from devouring his rare cultivar. Nora, his wife, is trying to ensure his wearing trousers. Rose, their daughter and an army veteran, is at war with her precocious son, Will, who is at odds with her mustachioed partner, Peter. Lust, lunacy ad a duel or two must ensue before love can conquer all.
An excerpt can be found at
Not to be missed!


  • EJ – I remember when you could still use the old wooden bridge get across the cove – not sure if it’s still open now I noticed one picture a while back had lots of folks eating on tables enjoying the view. and what a view it is 🙂


    • That was probably during the Annisquam Sea Fair. Yes, you can still use the wooden bridge, but only pedestrians and bicycles – cars can no longer cross it as they could in the old days.


      • Thank You EJ!! During WW-II there was a coast guard station in Annisquam that burned down also I remember mom and Grammy telling me of this – she used to take them into her house while patroling the shores feed them and her coffee and Donuts (here sons were serving overseas and she hoped they did the the same 🙂


Leaving a comment rewards the author of this post- add to the discussion here-

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s