Mr. Lithgow is always colorful, but here he is coloring well within the lines.Read More
Author: Stanford Friedman
In its recounting of the fate of some of the leading film actresses of the 1930’s and 40’s, it is a trenchant reminder that the degradation of women, in their paths to stardom and their behind-the-scenes daily lives, was inherent from the earliest years of the Hollywood system.Read More
An engaging think piece that wonders if opposites attract or if opposites attack. Some play titles operate on two levels; this one operates on so many levels it is hard to keep count. The word itself pops up in the script some 26 times and the work, ultimately, is a study of actuality, how internal and external forces can alter the memory of an experience.Read More
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