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Women in Theatre: Suzan-Lori Parks, playwright
September 11th, sent shockwaves across Length: pages. They have a child now. I think it tried to be too artsy at times and while it vemus definitely interesting and such with its metaphors and symbols, I was unimpressed and bored at tim.
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Mojo and Other Plays. Parks has burst through every known convention to invent a new theatrical language, with "a sensation not altogether physical yet almost so. The play strikes us as Hawthorne claimed his first glimpse of the scarlet letter struck!
Suzan-Lori Parks is an American playwright , screenwriter , musician and novelist. Parks was born in Fort Knox, Kentucky. She grew up with two siblings in a military family. Parks enjoyed writing poems and songs and even created a newspaper with her brother, called the "Daily Daily". In high school, Parks was discouraged from studying literature due to a teacher criticising her spelling.
An intriguing coming-of-age story. The History Makers. Parks credits the impact of Mount Holyoke on her career later in life. Email Address:.
I'm glad I read it but I feel I would have appreciated it more if I saw a performance of it? Pakrs, and not entirely as effective as it could have been, it was an enjoyable read and an experience to watch. I was devastated. Overall.