While the show is terrific for many reasons, on several levels, what I valued most were the backstory vignettes that powerfully humanized each of female prisoners.
No question, this is a good story, both entertaining and thought provoking.
Theresa Bedell Nancy Travis is a late thirties, attractive, hard-driving, hard-biting writer at The World,a thinly disguised New Yorker, magazine.
The play opens in a bar, an edgy Theresa meeting Tony Mark Deakins for a blind date. They have been fixed up by a friend just for a beer.
She exudes smarts—street smarts, book smarts.
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Her language is punctuated by references to writers like William Dean Howells and the Alcotts. Tony has a certain good looking, awkward charm, humble about not knowing what she knows but eager to please her.
Their exchanges are fast paced. No one watching thinks she will really fall for this guy, but on the other hand, it is kind of nice that she does agree to go out on a real date with him. He seems so interested and she has not dated since she broke up with her boyfriend over a year before.
It might be nice for each of them just to have a date. Tony is a bit too sticky when next they meet at a restaurant. Theresa firmly sets her boundaries with him.
No he can not take her home, nor have her home phone number. He is awfully dense. Interesting music, but must it be so obvious where this is going? The set, by Andrew Jackness, is a slick background that can be accessorized as an office, a restaurant, or a hotel lobby.
But the many changes are more fitting for television or the movies. Continuity is repeatedly broken. If she is so smart, why it is taking her so long to call the police. These kinds of errors recur repeatedly in the script.
It interferes with the suspension of disbelief and undermines the growing suspense.Jan 31, · Women Against the Machine: From Machinal to Luna Gale.
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