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Funeral toast: "Here's to Lillian. The finest woman to ever walk the streets." (Lillian's funeral)) L to R Mary Lou Roschbach, Cheryl Tanner, Lisa Schofield, Carolyn Montgomery

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BWW Reviews: THE OLDEST PROFESSION is Fun and Full of Heart
Theatre Southwest is currently presenting THE OLDEST PROFESSION by Paula Vogel, who is known for her decidedly strong, controversial works like HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE that examines incest and THE BALTIMORE WALTZ that is about AIDS. In THE OLDEST PROFESSION, she gives audiences a chance to see a softer side of her writing, using prostitution as a way to explore the community of sisterhood while weaving in dated but humorous political zingers (i.e. "This is America where any girl can start in the alley and wind up a madam!") disparaging the economic boom and decline that began with President Reagan's 80s. In the end, this show is really about the passing of businesses, clients, and our close friends and how we deal with that loss as a community.

Date Taken:
2012-11-06

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