Our late night: and, A thought in three parts
"[ Our Late Night is] a short play, but a savage one. . . . Neurosis, panic and sexual surreality underlie Shawn's startling vision of New Yorkers at play."- Guardian Wallace Shawn's OBIE Award-winning, never-before-published Our Late Night premiered in New York in 1975 under direction of Andre Gregory, and was revived in London in 1999 under direction of Caryl Churchill. A Thought in Three Parts -currently out of print-created an uproar with its 1977 London premiere, investigated by the vice squad for its allegedly pornographic content.
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