Or in the Heart or in the Head

Brustein, Robert
November 2000
New Republic;11/13/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 20, p28
Entertainment Review
Reviews several theatrical productions. "Proof," written by David Auburn, directed by Daniel Sullivan, starring Mary-Louise Parker and Larry Bryggman; "War of the Worlds," written by Anne Bogart, starring Stephen Webber; "The Syringa Tree," written and acted by Pamela Gien; "Texts for Nothing," written by Samuel Beckett, directed by Bill Irwin, starring Barry McGovern and Patrick Magee.


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