Toyer - by Gardner McKay

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Toyer by Gardner McKay

Drama / Characters: 1 male, 1 femaleThis psychological thriller is a favorite in acting workshops. It is a mind game play. Toyer is someone who toys; he is a mass paralyzer who toys with his victims. He does not murder or rape, he seduces and them immobilizes. Following productions in Los Angles and the Actors Studio, it was produced at the Eisenhower Theatre and the Kennedy Center with Kathleen Turner and Brad Davis, directed by Tony Richardson. . "Strong stuff. . .Outlandish mind games. Riveting, breathtaking."-Herald Examiner . "A classic mystery that always keeps you guessing on the edge of your seat."- Variety . "Powerful."- The Washington Post . "Deeply disturbing and entirely relevant."- NPR

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Toyer on Paperback

Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.

Released: 1984



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