The Beauty Queen of Leenane
In BLESSED ASSURANCE, a play about blacks and whites working through their differences to make a small, southern corner of the world a better place, we have Charlotte playwright Laddy Sartin's best work to date...Sartin has a deft ear for the language we d HYSTERICAL BLINDNESS could have been just another slice-of-life comedy about the search for love and meaning, but the writing has an emotional honesty that raises the work above the commonplace. --NY Times.
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Review: The Beauty Queen of Leenane (The Leenane Trilogy #1)User Review - Seamus Thompson - Goodreads
"That's Ireland, anyways. There's always someone leaving." A remarkably sure-handed debut. Darkly funny. Interesting that McDonagh's first effort features two female leads when so much of his later ... Read full review
Review: The Beauty Queen of Leenane (The Leenane Trilogy #1)User Review - Helen - Goodreads
A darkly comedic play, The Beauty Queen of Leenane follows the uncomfortable relationship between Mag and her daughter Maureen. The last daughter at home, Mag has been forced to take care of her ... Read full review