Oliver, Edith
December 1980
New Yorker;12/15/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 43, p80
Entertainment Review
The article reviews several plays in the U.S. They include "The Slab Boys," directed by John Byrne and performed by Daniel Gerroll, Gene O'Neill and John Pankow, "Coming Attractions," directed by Ted Tally and performed by Griffin Dunne and Larry Block, and "Trixie True/Teen Detective," starring Marilyn Sokol.


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