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danielpquinn | Newark, NJ, 2/21/21

When I produced Margaretta D’Arcy and John Arden’s play VANDALEUR’S FOLLY (on the first failed Irish commune) Margaretta asked me to have the men play the women, and the women the men.

We did so. My actresses loved playing the male parts. The men not so much in 1983. Thuggery, shenanigans, a new view of the human spirit are all part of the Theatre over time.

Charlatans, liars and fools don’t do so well. Beware Ted, Lindsay, Don etc. Beware.