The story of 16-year-old Lisa, a southern girl surrounded by abuse. Fifteen free tickets are avaialbe at the Oct. 9 show on a first-come, first-serve basis begining a half-hour prior to the performance. Mention "Second Saturdays in Station North" to recieve on free ticket per person.
Gilman’s script steers clear of the predictable good-girl-versus-evil-guy plot at the heart of most Lifetime rape/murder dramas. Lisa may be the victim of abuse and manipulation, but her actions are remarkably sadistic. Instead of balancing rape scenes with visions of steamy, consensual sex, Gilman employs dark humor as a coping mechanism for characters and audience members alike.Read more in Glennis Markison's Oct. 20, 2010 review.
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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