Archives for March 3, 2009


It is easy to imagine that Pumpgirl is a play that Sam Shepard might have written had he been born a Northern Irish woman.  It is a bleak tale of three desperately unhappy lower class people in a story punctuated with both threatened and actual violence.  Yet both the writing and the performances in this […]

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