From John Corry’s NY Times Review, Friday July 24, 1981
‘STEAL AWAY,” the new play by Ramona King at the New Federal Theater, is as warm and friendly as a church supper. In fact, it is about the kind of women who frequently run church suppers: respectable, cheerful and sturdy, and, when they have to be, tough as nails. In ”Steal Away,” they are black women in Chicago in the 1930’s, and what they do, all in a good cause, is to turn to crime. Needless to say, they do not lose a trace of their respectability or cheerfulness when they do.
|Set Designer||Llewellyn Harrison|
|Lighting Designer||Shirley Prendergast|
|Costume Designer||Judy Dearing|
All 1981-82 Season productions: