Margot Mason, a thinly veiled version of Germaine Greer, has writer's block following publication of her groundbreaking polemic, The Cerebral Vagina, when in through the French windows steps one of her ex-students-with a gun. This play frequently says the unsayable and gets away with it under cover of the spiraling comedy.
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