Lanford Wilson, famous for full-length plays such as THE HOT L BALTIMORE, BALM IN GILEAD, BURN THIS, and the Talley series (including FIFTH OF JULY and the Pulitzer Prize-winning TALLEY'S FOLLY), was also a master of one acts. WILSON'S WOMEN are three of his best, starring actresses from the legendary Circle Rep company in parts they played on Circle's stage -- LUDLOW FAIR (with Conchata Ferrell and Trish Hawkins), THE GREAT NEBULA IN ORION (with Tanya Berezin and Stephanie Gordon) and THE MOONSHOT TAPE, a searing monologue featuring Judith Ivey in a performance that won her the Obie Award. The plays are directed by Wilson's long-time collaborator and Circle's co-founder and artistic direct, Tony Award-winner Marshall W. Mason.
by Lanford Wilson
by Karma Wilson
by A.N. Wilson
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