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Julia Sweeney begins her monologue God Said Ha! by 'fessing right up to why she's an actress: She craves attention. As one of those people who tends to go ignored in daily life, she's subject to repeated injustices, such as…
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I Fall for Pieces The benefit reading of selections from Pieces of the Quilt made for a remarkable evening of theater. The performances were extraordinary, the pieces astonishing. Julia Sweeney (God Said, "HA!") read excerpts from Tony Kushner's Sermon for…
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Patchwork Project When Sean San Jose Blackman's mother died from AIDS, he had to respond. What began as a plan to perform AIDS monologues on Monday and Tuesday nights became, with the enthusiastic encouragement of Magic Theatre Artistic Director Mame…
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It's Not Pat When I think of great comedy, I rarely think of cancer, and I never think of my parents moving in with me. That is more the stuff of tragedy, or at least melodrama. But for Julia Sweeney,…
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