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Marsha Roberts
Marsha Roberts always possessed a gypsy spirit in search of adventure. After career hopping for years, she talked her way into producing Corporate Theater for clients such as IBM and Coca-Cola. But one fateful night she had a dream which was to become a unique stage play, Letters From The Front.... show more

Marsha Roberts always possessed a gypsy spirit in search of adventure. After career hopping for years, she talked her way into producing Corporate Theater for clients such as IBM and Coca-Cola. But one fateful night she had a dream which was to become a unique stage play, Letters From The Front. For fifteen years "Letters" was the only professional theatrical production to tour military bases around the world - well over a hundred of them. This highly praised show touched hundreds of thousands of lives, was the first play ever to perform at the Pentagon, and became known as The World's Most Decorated Play. It also gave Marsha the opportunity to travel from Alaska to Florida, England to Italy, Japan to Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean and hundreds of stops in between. She climbed aboard a C-131, C-17 (and a bunch of other C-aircraft!), taking her show to far away places. Not to mention seeing America mile-by-mile as the show was bus-and-trucked to major cities and little towns from sea to shining sea. She shares some of these experiences and more in her inspirational memoir "Confessions of an Instinctively Mutinous Baby Boomer and her Parable of the Tomato Plant." ~~Follow Marsha on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Marsha-Roberts-Author/218916171540114~~Visit Marsha's website at http://www.mutinousbabyboomer.com/~~Enjoy Marsha's musing on her blog at http://mutinousboomer.wordpress.com/~~Follow Marsha on Twitter at https://twitter.com/MutinousBoomer
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Simon's Phantom Blog
Simon's Phantom Blog rated it 6 years ago
Confessions of an Instinctively Mutinous Baby Boomer: And Her Parable of the Tomato Plant by Marsha Roberts is an astounding work of literary genius. I freely admit to being a baby boomer and have had my mega ups and downs, but what separates me from Marsha is her life-affirming belief in God and th...
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