If the Shoe Fits


I wasn’t much enticed by Frank’s Home at Playwrights Horizons, save for a few exceptions. Firstly, the nearness of dishy Liev Schreiber (he sat a row behind, so I was sadly unable to stare) and Susan Hilferty’s costumes, especially the shoes. Though I’m not much of a shoe girl (I think my pairs number in the single digits) I found myself very much coveting the low heels worn by the female members of the cast. Their dresses were very nice, too. Though shifts do nothing for me. Should any readers know where to put my hands on such kicky shoes, do let me know.

This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on February 8, 2007

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