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October 23, 2006


Joan Beaubian

I attended this performance and thoroughly enjoyed it.


I feel your lack of understanding the relevence of the story and the predicament, not only of these women, but all women may have hindered your enjoyment of the production. From the sound of your review, you attempted to take this play too literally, too linearly, and that is not how Lisa Loomer writes. Broaden your horizons. Women write plays in a very different voice than men do.

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