From Mel Gussow’s NY Times review, November 18, 1975
A mother sacrifices herself and stifles her present so that her two daughters can have a future. The younger daughter is funky and permissive. The other, Xenith, is a dreamer, lost in an imaginary world; she play‐acts her life. She is Cleopatra standing on a kitchen table. Her passport for liberation is a handsome photographer whom the mother regards with total scorn.
|Stage Manager||Fai Walker Davis|
|Set Designer||C. Richard Mills|
|Actor||Patricia A. Clement|
|Actor||George “Smokey” Campbell|
All 1975-76 Season productions: