One moment the total effect seems surreal, the next you’d swear the point is…other theatrical conventions, the thriller, say, or the soap or sitcom…[the point] may have as much to do with appreciation of alliteration or with a self-critical instinct (acknowledging a certain conformity to experimental mannerisms) as with a real concern with this one theme.
— Trish Dace • 1981
Confessions of a Conformist
March - April 1981
Ohio Theater, New York City The production ran 120 minutes.
Special Thanks to George Ashley and Performing Artservices, Marvin and Janet Bailin, the voices of Charles Weir and Tim McDonough, Patti Justis, Jean King, Mr. and Mrs. Mailman (for the use of their piano), and Amy Lee Stewart