Winner! 1982 American Theatre Critics Association Award, Best Regional Play
These extraordinary monologues received a standing ovation at Louisville's Actors Theatre. Idiosyncratic characters amuse, move and frighten, always speaking from the depths of their souls. They include a baton twirler, a fundamentalist snake handler, an ex rodeo rider and an actress willing to go to any length to get a job.
"A dramatist with an original voice... [and] gladsome humor." - The New York Times
"With Jane Martin, the monologue has taken on a new poetic form, intensive in its method and revelatory in its impact." - Philadelphia Inquirer