'The story of the play shows how the daughter of a family, who has more imagination and taste than the rest, is thwarted by her drab surroundings. The father at last determines to spend some money in making the place more attractive, but his decision is too late.'
Source: 'Australian Plays,' The Brisbane Courier, 24 May 1930, p.22.
Awarded the principal prize in connection with the competition for the best one-act Australian play organised by the Community Playhouse.
Source: "Australian Plays," The Brisbane Courier, 24 May 1930, p.22.