Broadcast: September 2, 1953
Added: Jun 21 2015
From the stage, it has been said that the rapturous sound of cheers and applause, sounds like the pounding of surf on the beach, or like the wind. One thing is certain though - it's the most gratifying sound a performer can hear. It means that weeks of hard work, planning and worry have been worthwhile. That's the voice of an audience saying "I approve! Your show was great! Thank you!" It was even more than that for a man called Joseph Marion. For him it marked the climax of a very special play - his most important presentation in a long career of important presentations...