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“Under the direction of Austin Pendleton, Leiner delivers a magnificent, multilayered performance: she is at once furious, frustrated, incredulous, heartbroken, brutal, and kind. O’Brien’s performance, too, is well embodied —she becomes what we all should fear, a teacher who’s dead inside.”

Good Egg exists to put onstage the lives of women as conjured by female playwrights. We place a particular emphasis on characters in their fifties and older, a population of women rendered nearly invisible in the theater, as it is in America at large.​

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