Frida Kahlo & Sylvia Plath Cross Paths in Imaginative Drama Musas
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The last date listed for Musas was Sunday August 24, 2014 / 3:00pm.
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We are both very familiar with the lives, letters, diaries, poetry and paintings of these two extraordinary women. While the play is intense, the two women were totally believable in their encounter-- sharing, joy, sorrow, rage, betrayal and dance. I loved the piñata scene and and it became a symbol of much of their verbal interactions.
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After watching the play, I'm still unsure what it is about. The set was great, the guitar player ok. I thought the actors were ok but hard to understand at times which made a hard to follow play ever harder. It just was not a great script