Victory overseas results in unexpected consequences for May and Raleigh who are confronted with hidden truths, whilst dealing with the challenges of a new, post-war America. The sequel to Arlene Hutton’s Last Train to Nibroc, directed by Katharine Farmer, was captured live by Cinevative at the Rubicon Theatre Company in California.

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