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Woman Before a Glass - Full Length Play

Woman Before a Glass

Lanie Robertson

Full Length Play

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ISBN: 9780822220855

Rebelling against her wealthy New York upbringing, indulging her uncan…

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Rebelling against her wealthy New York upbringing, indulging her uncanny eye for great art and artists, and becoming the enfant terrible of the modern art scene, Peggy Guggenheim lived a life almost too amazing to be believed. With humor, heartbreak and grand hauteur, WOMAN BEFORE A GLASS offers the unforgettable story of a woman before her time.
"Smoking, drinking, name-dropping, art, men and the men who make art…introduces us to the sensational history of Ms. Guggenheim." —NY Times. "Consistently compelling and wildly entertaining…" —NY Post. "…animated and vivid…" —Village Voice.
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Lanie Robertson

Lanie Robertson writes about iconic artists and the societal issues they faced in Nasty Little Secrets, Alfred Stiegletz Loves O’Keeffe, and Woman Before a Glass. His plays have been produced internationally and at the Alley Theatre, Arena Stage, Delaware Theatre, Edinburgh Festival, Festival d’Avignon, George Street Playhouse, Kennedy Center, Old Globe, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Playwrights ... view full profile

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