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The Mammary Plays: Two Playsby Paula Vogel
Synopses & Reviews
The Mammary Plays are mirror image investigations of coming of age in the '60s: The Mineola Twins, an outrageous political satire set mostly on Long Island, is the more fiercely comic of the two; How I Learned To Drive, set mostly in rural Maryland, is a delicate tale of sexual awakening in desperate if not criminal circumstances.
Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive, one of the most honored new American plays, is the winner of numerous awards including the Pulitzer Prize, Obie, Drama Desk and New York Drama Critics Circle awards. It is a delicately told tale of the sexual awakening of a young girl under the tutelage of her uncle. The Mineola Twins is an outrageous political satire set on suburban Long Island.
Latest plays by the author of The Baltimore Waltz.
About the Author
Paula Vogel is the author of How I Learned to Drive (Pulitzer Prize 1998), The Baltimore Waltz and The Mineola Twins, among other plays.
Table of Contents
How I learned to drive — The Mineola twins.
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