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Theater Review (NYC Fringe Festival): ‘Life Without Parole’ by Warren Doody

Battered wife Helen Broker has been convicted of murdering her husband though she claims she was defending herself. Her story along with the testimony of other abused women who killed their spouses is the subject of this stunning play which uncovers the answer why women stay with such men and how they eventually search for freedom and a new identity.

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Theater Review (NYC): ‘This Will All Be Yours’ by Laura Pedersen and Charles Bloom

'This Will All be Yours,' is a vibrant musical production which enlightens and entertains but breathes out a subtle message of caution and hope. What are we doing now that we are leaving for our children and others? For surely, this will all be theirs.

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A Time to Laugh: A Conversation With Beth Henley, Pultizer Prize Winning Playwright About Her New Comedy, ‘Laugh’

Beth Henley's new comedy 'Laugh' was inspired by slapstick comedy and the comedy greats of the golden era of silent films like Mable Norman.

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