Gertrude Stein didn't "kill the 19th century"or create the 20thon her own. It's hard to imagine the flowering of her work or her life without Alice B. Toklas: "wife," protector, validator of Stein's genius, and for a long time, her only audience. Still daunting and largely unread today, Stein was once even more so. But Lola Pashalinski and Linda Chapman find her work pleasurable, lyrical, even... More >>>
By Dona Ann Mcadams
Linda Chapman as Alice (left) and Lola Pashalinski as Gertrude: We wanted a play that was true to the aesthetic of being in the continuous present.