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Er appreciation for their frailities and conveying genuine empathy for the desire and uncertainty that made them human That was her gift to the world she tried to make her wn A friend who called it a page turner gave me this book We both worked Killshadow Road (The Gates on the Playwrights Horizons productionf Isn t It Romantic and also with many Case for Seduction (The Hamiltons: Laws of Love of the theatre people who populate the book so for us it definitely was Contrasting the private Wasserstein with the public Wasserstein the book reveals an ambitious talented driven social woman who defied uppercrust conventions in her appearance but was buffeted about privately by traditional societal expectationsf family life and stalked by tragedy It does not sufficiently convey how funny she could be The uote most interesting to me was from John Lyons the Hill Country Cattleman (Brides of Simpson Creek, one time literary manager who said that if Playwrights had received blind submissionsf a Noel Coward play and a Sam Shepard play the Noel Coward would be the And Babies Make Ten (New Arrivals one that would have been produced Aha The rich and privileged do think different from you and me Note after the first 3 paragraphs below written immediately upon completing the book find the review I wrote for the Washtenaw Jewish News I loved this book I never much liked Wasserstein s plays but I thought that she herself was an intriguing personality Julie Salamon whose writing I ve long admired is a consummate journalist and biographer thorough thoughtful and sensitive and lyrical Like Wendy Wasserstein Salamon is Jewish and her Jewishness subtly informs this biography While Salamon is neververtly judgmental her sturdy spine and her clear however tacit notions Groom Wanted (Bowen, of right and wrong are in evidence through the uotations she chooses to include Someone refers to WW as selfish One wonders whether Salamon agrees though JS is careful about including so manyther descriptions including those Under the Surface (SEALs of Fortune of WW s generosity I had the feeling through muchf the book that Salamon s view Guarding Grace / Saving Grace of WW was similar to mywn But at the end Salamon seems to bestow weight to Wasserstein s writing to the plays as well as to the many essays and longer prose pieces I wondered though whether it is Salamon s critical acuity that adds heft to WW s writings WW picked up the tenor Leaving Enchantment (The Birth Place of the times partly through uncanny powersf recall which allowed her to use exploit ancient conversations and confidences almost verbatim WW s uniue set Protecting Plain Jane / Navy SEAL Security (Includes: The Precinct: SWAT of neuroses somehow allowed her to mimic the tropesf her generation which she does with her pitch perfect memory for dialogue This was Not Another Wedding often discomfiting to her characters real life prototypes Her brother s wife divorced him after seeing herself parodied inne About Last Night of WW s plays Old confidantes shut their doors against WW after seeing themselves aped Even I was discomfited by the evident exploitation But WW was also enormously generous Examples abound Salamon also explores the lost boysf Wendy s life including a brother who was ill and put away Deadly Reunion only to be discovered in middle age by his astounded siblings But lost boys also refers to the legionf gay men who were WW s bosom buddies She referred to many North Country Hero North Country Family of them as my husbands Onef them published a book called Diary Wilderness of a Lost Boy Others referred to Wendy as thene who will not grow up who tells stories to her lost boys Salamon s book unfolds as life itself unfolds There are no preambles no presaging passages no unwarranted philosophizing Brannigans Baby or speculations Salamon simply lets her subject s life speak for itself Days whirl into the months and yearsf WW s ambitious frenetic drive To see the way the Wasserstein siblings morphed into variants Badlands (Aftershock, of their feared and formidable mother givesne pause I still don t like Wasserstein s plays but now I m willing to give them another look Truth to tell I always thought I had playwriting talent than WW It s been hard to get These Ghosts Are Family over the fact people like WW who went to the proper summer camp for successful playwrights Yale Drama School and who knew how to make the mostf their contacts succeeded in the theatre world I never figured Plain Sanctuary out how to parlay my many playwriting prizes into a career Ince asked Richard Gilman why he included a certain vapid play in his short list f Broadway plays to see during a time f decadence Il tempo e le ore. Scrivo e cancello. Ediz. illustrata. Con gadget on B way Oh Gilman said the author was a studentf mine at Yale Steam came ut f my ears I had a brilliant friend who was Wasserstein s chum at Yale His assessment Breakaway (Hideaway Legacy of his friend There s none funnier as a dinner companion But she can t write a play to save her soul His assessment f WW s plays felt like a vindication Of My Own Harsh View Of Her my wn harsh view Saving His Little Miracle of her It also fired the curiosity I have long felt about the person behind the plays Thank you Julie Salamon for pulling the playwright from behind the wings REVIEW FOR THE WASHTENAW JEWISH NEWSWendy Wasserstein who diedf cancer at age 55 was the first female playwright to win a Tony Award She won it for The Heidi Chronicles in 1989 The play earned her the Pulitzer Prize that same year She was 39 Today she is the subject Drop Dead Gorgeous of Julie Salamon s elegant page turner Wendy and the Lost Boys the uncommon lifef Wendy WassersteinJulie Salamon captures Wasserstein in all her bubbly clever neurotic smiling ambitious conflicted witty and determined complexity The youngest Silk, Swords and Surrender of five children Wasserstein looked to family for comfort and closeness though she never satisfied her mother s wish that she slim down marry and have children When she won the Pulitzer her mother Lola gushed to friends and family Wendy won the Nobel Prize adding I d be just as happy if she brought home a husband Nine years later at age 48 Wasserstein gave birth to a daughter Lucy having kept her pregnancy secret from her mother and almost everyone else The child s paternity remains a mystery Salamon herself grew up amid family secrets At age 10 for instance she learned from cousins that her father had been married before and that his wife and daughter were killed in Auschwitz Salamon has spent her career uncovering secrets and the secrets she exposes in this book have surprised even people who knew Wasserstein well Many reported to Salamon that they never saw beneath Wasserstein s sunny fa ade They were awaref her wit moxie drive and devotion to family They knew her warmth and immediacy her ability to make them laugh especially when she recapitulated conversations almost verbatim But they were unaware Reforming the Rake of her deep rooted sensef insecurity New Years Kisses of the storef zealously guarded family secrets and The Spanish Billionaires Mistress (Latin Lovers, of her relentless but futile drive to please her mother Salamon allows her subject s life to unfold without preambler speculation and she holds us in thrall as we watch Wendy and her siblings morph inexorably into variants No One Needs to Know (Made in Montana, of their feared formidable and secretive mother But this mother managed to raise four ferociously accomplished childrenWasserstein studied playwriting at Yale Schoolf Drama during Robert Brustein s tenure as dean She was in the company Man Behind the Facade of theatre luminaries including playwright Christopher Durang actors Meryl Streep and Sigourney Weaver and playwright composer William Finn Falsettos She later became close with Andr Bishop founder directorf Playwrights Horizons and Frank Rich among Captive in the Millionaires Castle others Brustein was no fanf Wasserstein s work He dismissed it as soap Empire, War Cricket in South Africa: Logan of Matjiesfontein opera But he graciously acknowledged her success with a congratulatory telegram when she won the Pulitzer Sixteen years later when she diedf cancer even her detractors gasped Few knew she was ill An ex boyfriend remarked that if Wasserstein had known that news The Private Affairs of Lady Jane Fielding of her death would hit the front pagef the New York Times she d have stayed alive The lost boys Must Like Kids of Salamon s title refer to the many young menf Wasserstein s life including an institutionalized brother who was discovered in middle age by his astounded siblings Lost boys also includes Wendy s mother s first husband who died prematurely after fathering Lola s first two children For most Rugrats And Rawhide of her life Wendy thought her eldest sister was bornf the same father and she knew nothing Crven Ban of the unseen brother Lost boys also refers to the legionf gay men who were Wasserstein s bosom buddies She referred to many Bride of Shadow Canyon (Bride, of them as my husbands One published a book called Diaryf a Lost Boy Others referred to Wendy as the Temporary Bride (Silhouette Romance, one who will not grow up who tells stories to her lost boys Salamon write. Rate executive at a time when Fortune 500 companies were an impenetrable boys club Their brother Bruce became a billionaire superstarf the investment banking world Yet behind the family’s remarkable success was a

Fiercely Guarded World Of 
guarded world f tragediesWendy perfected the family art f secrecy while cultivating a densely populated inner circle Her long time friends included theater elite such as playwright Christopher Durang Lincoln Center Artistic Director André Bishop New York Times theater critic Frank Rich the many women The Tiny Journalist of the theater for whom she served as both mentor and ally and countlessthers Yet almost no Cardinal Sins (Born to Darkness, one knew that Wendy was pregnant when at age forty eight she was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital to deliver Lucy Jane three months premature The paternityf her daughter remains a mystery At the time f Wendy’s tragically early death less than six years later very fe. .
I am madly in love with Wendy Wasserstein in that h em gee your plays rock my world kind Claiming The Forbidden Bride (Regency Silk Scandal, of way so reading Wendy and the Lost Boys by Julie Salamon was a no brainer I should give you a bitf background firstAbout six months ago I realized that I was seeing a lot Modern Box Set 5-8/Carrying the Sheikhs Baby/Awakening His Innocent Cinderella/The Tycoons Shock Heir/One Night with the Forbidden Princes of shows but not reading many plays so I took it upon myself to start readingne play a week to pick up The Disgraceful Lord Gray (The Kings Elite on a large chunkf work that I was unfamiliar with To simplify my process I choose Alessandros Prize one playwright at a time and read their whole cannon before proceeding and I am workingn alternating males and females while mixing up race as well I started with August Wilson s Century Cycle then moved Arsons Captive on to Wendy Wasserstein since the theatre I work for had a long standing relationship with her and my boss knew her well I thought it was appropriate I know you don t care but I amn Harold Pinter right now What this means is you would have an additional book review each week if I were reviewing the plays but I digressI fell in love with Wendy and her characters I relate to her work and I am moved by seeing her in all The Officer And The Renegade of her characters the search forneself and the longing for the unattainably perfect life we were told we could have The Guardian or even worse the lifeur parents want us to have without regard for what we want Wendy and I might be separated by a few decades in age but I relate to her work so deeply Reading Wendy and the Lost Boys was an incredibly enjoyable experienceOn top Turning the Good Girl Bad of getting down and dirty with Wendy s family what a clan this book also added another chapter to the Historyf Off Broadway cannon You can t have a history MECANIQUE - 1ER PARTIE 2E PARTIE - 2 TOMES - 1ER PARTIE : CINEMATIQUE STATIQUE DYNAMIQUE - 2E PARTIE : RESISTANCES PASSIVES STATIQUE GRAPHIQUE RESISTANCE DES MATERIAUX CINEMATIQUE APPLIQUEE - EDITION CORRIGEE ET REIMPOSEE. of Off Broadway without a historyf it s people and this book is no exception It joins Free For All Joe Papp The Public and The Greatest Theater Story Ever Told by Kenneth Turan and Joseph Papp as Ravished by Desire onef my favorite theatre history books I have no doubt that there are some inaccuracies as people claim Wendy passed away A Call To Joy over 5 years ago and was an incredibly private person anyhow when alive but I appreciate the story as a whole and love the tribute that this book is to her and to her work the work that I admire so deeplyhttpsassypeachreadsblogspotcom I thoroughly enjoyed reading about the lifef playwright Wendy Wasserstein who died in 2006 at the age Golden Girls Forever: An Unauthorized Look Behind the Lanai of 55 I knew Wasserstein through her plays which were all about personal identity and relationships and so well reflected the Boomer generation and her New Yorker articles This narrative chronicles her life from her childhood in a familyf Jewish immigrant parents to her undergraduate years at Mt Holyoke and her graduate studies at Yale Drama School through struggles and successes as a playwright The revealing story The Australians Convenient Bride/The Millionaires Marriage Claim of her family and its dynamics is fascinating as is the portrayalf the New York theater world whose inhabitants became her extended family The books does a fine job The Bridesmaids Proposal of introducing readers to her family and friends and re creating the world in which she lived I was wholly unfamiliar with Wendy Wasserstein but I love reading about writers and her life featured so many elements I enjoy reading about women s colleges New York City the arts scene and complicated families This is an authorized biography and I was apprehensive at first that would mean a glossingver Delaceys Angel (Regency Series, of anything unsavory about Wassersteinr her family Instead I found it to be measured fair and detailed albeit dry from time to time Wasserstein s life has elements Miss Prims Greek Island Fling of the fairy tale a secret brother suirreled away in an asylum her mother s forgotten first marriage rollercoaster success as a playwright her secret pregnancy and Salamon presents Wasserstein s story with respect and a kindf calmness At some points I wanted a little less distance Salamon writes very penly about the Wassersteins intense secrecy and even though she shares painful revelations I still felt at arm s length Perhaps it was the subject herself as Salamon explains in her Acknowledgments Untangling Wendy Wasserstein s story reuired constant triangulation between her dramatic interpretations f her life and times her nonfiction essays and everything else The snapshots Relentless (In Too Deep of Wasserstein s life at Mount Holyoke were especially fascinating to me I love reading about women s colleges in the 60s and learning about the Off Broadway theater scene was very eyepening especially in regards to how women were treated I enjoy taking risks with my reading now and then and I appreciated this biography Midnight Touch (Harlequin Blaze of a new to me writer Wendy Wasserstein is nown my TBR having this background will make reading her work richer I think and I m curious now about ther female playwrights from the 60s and 70s I started by skimming this book and then I "HALF DECIDED I WOULDN T BOTHER " decided I wouldn t bother the whole thing Then I started it this morning and couldn t put it down How lucky for Miss Wendy to grow up in the lap f privilege which sure doesn t hurt when you want to pursue a career in the arts That and having a brother who is rich as Croesus The children were sickly for the most part an elder sister died Hidden Potential of brain cancer an evenlder brother had been spirited ff as a child with alleged retardation Wendy died f varied forms Contract Law Directions of leukemia and her brother diedf a heart attack To my knowledge that leaves Votre cerveau est dfinitivement extraordinaire ! - 50 nouvelles astuces de mentaliste qui vont vous changer la vie one sister leftI identified so much with the decadesf growing and development The confused role for women in college in the sixties I watched an interview Remarkables on You Tube withne f her Mount Holyoke classmates and she was recalling and this is so true f how hard it was to graduate then with all A Pimps Life of the upheavaln campus and in life She didn t spell it ut but she didn t have to for me Riots constant cultural change having to evacuate classrooms due to bomb scares that happened than you would believe Then you were dumped into that world and to do whatThe author Julie Salamon wrote some beautifully constructed sentences that could have been ut A Winter Wonderland (A Lucy Stone Mystery, of Edith Wharton s New York Describing a summer weekendn Nantucket with the Washington Post Graham s and the snafus Temptation (The Hunted over dinner plans Salamon writes She kept changing the date for her Nantucket visit This wasf conseuence in a
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where social arrangements handled with the kind f nervous attention usually reserved for matters involving delicate international diplomacy Chance was not a welcome guest at the table You could have ripped that passage ut f The Age f Innocenceand her final words Unbound on Wendy s life and legacy Until the end Wendy Wasserstein took comfort in being partf a larger entity the self defined generation that had created a unified consciousness from a mass marketed set An Extreme Modification (Milked by Royalty, of cultural references Among Wendy s last works was an essay called Baby Boomers published in The World Almanac and Bookf Facts 2004 in which she addressed the hubris Feminized Sissy Justice, A Forced Feminization Sissy Story of the Peter Pan generationThe thing about being a baby boomer is somewhere we still believe that none is going to do it better than we did she wrote No Everlost (Skinjacker, one will be better than the Beatles none will be glamorous than Jack Kennedy no time will be as turbulent as the late 60 s no parents will be a s difficult as The Lennon Prophecy ours were and no psyches will be as interesting asursShe continued to aim for immortality even as she mocked her Japonia w sześciu smakach own desire Because boomers camef age in a world fascinated by them and partially created for them we are Aqidah Islam often not the most cooperative when it comes to aging she wrote We are in fact at the forefrontf not just aging gracefully at all Against all Tank! odds we will hold back the handsf timeAs Wendy wrote those words she must have sensed that the clock was ticking she was already desperately ill She never grew Geek Feminist Revolution old but she lived long enough to watch her generation begin to fossilize guarding it s accumulated memories and possessions asserting it historical preeminence as fiercely as every generation that had come before Even as a child it seems she had understood that all relationships ambitions politics hopes worries pains ruminations and dramatizations could command passionate attentionne day and then vanish the next Every bright shining beacon would be extinguished and replaced the same as tyrants and fools But she was a gentle social critic clarifying the pretensions Lucky Luciano of her peers and expressing frustration at their hypocrisies and self deceptions while showing tend. Winnerf the Pulitzer Prize the first woman playwright to win a Tony Award Wendy Wasserstein was a Broadway luminary But with her high pitched giggle and unkempt curls she projected an a Broadway luminary But with her high pitched giggle and unkempt curls she projected an A Reader& of warmth and familiarity Everyone knew Wendy Wasserstein Or thought they did In Wendy and the Lost Boys Salamon delicately pieces together the many fractured narrativesf Wendy’s life the stories The Ladys Handbook for Her Mysterious Illness often contradictory that she shared amongst friends and family the half truthsf her plays and essays the confessions and camouflage present even in her Churchill own journal writing to reveal Wendy’s most expertly crafted character herself Born in Brooklynn October 18 1950 to Polish Jewish immigrant parents Wendy was the youngest f Lola and Morris Wasserstein’s five children Her mother had big dreams for her children and they didn’t disappoint Sandra Wendy’s glamorous sister became a high ranking corpo. ,

S f Wasserstein s uncanny gift Jean-Paul Sartre of recall for dialogue which allowed her to mimic the tropesf her generation and become an bject f worship to many But she ruffled many feathers In her first big success Uncommon Women and Others she reproduced late night conversations from her undergraduate days at Mt Holyoke Her pitch perfect memory made for credible dialogue but her friends felt betrayed A few shut their doors against her An earlier play prompted the termination In Enemy Hands (Honor Harrington, of Wasserstein s brother s marriage after her sister in law saw herself apedn stage One might argue that such collateral damage is irrelevant to discussion f her work Writers after all have long mined their lives for material Many modern classics plays f Tennessee Williams Lillian Hellman Eugene O Neill and Athol Fugard spring to mind The problem is that in the eyes Super Gran Abroad (Super Gran, of many critics mine included Wasserstein s plays are deeply flawed Her plays lack structural integrity Her characters lack depth They areverly reliant Bambi and Me on the playwright s gift for gabr gags which she produced in abundance A brilliant friend Pocahontas of mine wasne Bala Santa of Wasserstein s chums at Yale Hence said Book of Magickal and Occult Rites and Ceremonies of her There s none funnier as a dinner companion but she can t write a play to save her soul His corroboration Bald Eagle (Zeuss Pack of mywn harsh assessment The Lady Elizabeth (Elizabeth I, of her work felt vindicating But his friendship with her kindled the curiosity I have long felt about the person behind these plays Though I never much cared for her plays I found the person intriguing and I thank Julie Salamon for placing her center stage Salamon is a consummate journalist an exhaustive researcher and a prolific writer She isften described as a novelist in a journalist s garb Her Wolfsong oeuvre includes Rambam s Ladder a meditationn the practice and necessity Ultimate Memory Book of tzedakah charitable giving Hospital which follows the trials and tribulationsf a young medical resident a Nebraska native as he moves from big sky country into the polyglot chaos Pelnrušķis un trollis of Maimonides Hospital which boasts myriad translators for the 70 languages spoken by the patient population Excerptsf Hospital first appeared in The New Yorker Salamon has also written for The New York Times The Wall Street Journal Vanity Fair Vogue and The New Republic She wears her learning lightly a fact underscored by the absence Far Strike (The Transcended Book 3) of any mention in anyf her book jacket bios that she holds a law degree from NYU Julie Salamon s work is always rewarding And note you don t have to know theatre to love this book 4 stars star O Mistério do Infante Santo off becausef the lack Disgrace (Department Q, of humor within these pagesI m completely wrungut after reading this book and felt that way during my entire reading Monsoon of it Moren that laterBut first This is an excellent book It s well written and fascinating It is exactly what a biography should be It looks as though it would have been great fun to research and write as the author interviewed so many family members friends acuaintances Slice by Slice of her subject as well as made usef written records to get as full a picture as possible Angels Flight (Legion of Angels Book 8) of the woman Brilliant and tragic and captivatingThenly negative Ice Maiden of the book from anbjective view there were plenty for me subjectively is that given how funny Wasserstein was and that s commented Latin Lovers Greek Husbands Bundle on a lot in these pages this book isn t funny at least not to me It didn t make me laughr smile in amusement I would have liked some humor in the telling For a book about a woman with a fabulous sense Seducing the Heiress of humor the lackf humor in the book was strikingFor me I felt depressed and infuriated as I read and as I think about Wasserstein s life It wrung me And Cowboy Makes Three out and was a emotionally difficult read for meWasserstein was three yearslder than I and I recognized the era and I was familiar with some Teasing Her SEAL of Wasserstein s work This wonderful birthday gift book brought back manyf my memories from Rancher Bears Baby (Rancher Bears, over the years it was hard for me not to thinkf exactly what I was doing and feeling as each time period was discussedI actually took a short break from reading this book to read a children s novel about the Holocaust to cheer me up that s how depressing this book felt for meBecause A Valentines Wish of all the people Wasserstein knew the whole book could seem likene long name dropping document but this was her life and it s a valid account f her lifeUpsetting to read about for me were these people who were ultra wealthy family members who were close knit but in a dysfunctional way successful and famous and spoiled and selfish people yet somehow many times very endearing but the most infuriating and sad aspect for me was what I consider to be the psychopathic secrecy and denial that Wendy grew up with and mightily perpetuated and I was especially utraged for Lucy Jane I m allergic to such lies given my Rain own background and it was unpleasant for me to read how the Wasserstein family and Wendy functionedI ve had this author s book Hospital Man Woman Birth Death Infinity Plus Red Tape Bad Behavior Money God and Diversityn Steroids In the Matter of the Complaint Against Egbert C. Smyth and Others, Professors of the Theological Institution in Phillips Academy, Andover on my to read list forever I really want to get to it she s a fabulous writer and non fiction storyteller I was a huge fanf Wendy Wasserstein I saw the Heidi Chronicles n Broadway with my four best high school chums shortly after we graduated from college I also saw the Sisters Rosenzweig some time later I studied her plays for acting class I met her briefly a couple f times and yes she did look homeless I also had the Quantum (Captain Chase occasion to meet Bruce several times And boy was Salomon s taken him pitch perfect I say all The Other Islam of this as a sortf disclaimer and I am a huge name dropper because I felt as if I knew Wendy when I was reading the book I lapped up every word I love reading about people who choose an artistic life when that is something so Last Man Standing obviously not encourage in their family I loved reading about Wendy and Meryl Streep and Terrance McNally and Christopher Durang in their early careers I loved reading about Wendy s struggle with intimacy and romance evidenced by her incredibly close relationships with gay men who would never want to touch her and her less close relationships with straight men who so clearly wanted to marry her Salomon does a brilliant jobf Weaving Wendy s personal life with her subject matter I was hookedIt would be hard for me to recommend this book to somebody who has never seen her plays But if you have read the book "It is not without flaws I still have so many uestions about this woman And I " is not without flaws I still have so many uestions about this woman And I some Light, Gesture, and Color other reviews that complained that the book was not funny Wendy was funny why wasn t the book I somewhat agree that her humor wasn t displayed enough in this work but ultimately her life wasn t that hilarious Meryl Streep who seems normal to me characterized her as lonely and sad Not gonna lie when I reached the endf the book I felt like crying I guess it was because the book made me feel like I really knew who Wendy Wasserstein was her funny and bubbly personality shine through the pages and her admirable resilience is awe inspiring The book was really fantastic and I wish Wendy Wasserstein was still with us today to spoil us with her endless wit Classic Krakauer: Mark Foo's Last Ride, After the Fall, and Other Essays from the Vault or flash a great smile at us An incredibly fun read notnly about Wendy Wasserstein but her generation f playwrights It reads like an extensive magazine profile than a traditional biography punctuated with incisive uotations and bservations from her family and friends not Canada only about Wendy and her work While largely reflecting upon the 60s and the 80s her potent themes examining uncommon women familiarly set in the contextf the seven sisters colleges family and aging still feel incredibly fresh and contemporary The end depicting her deteriorating health runs a little long but therwise this is a great read n how an artist takes the deeply personal and elevates it into art A couple Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, of favorite linesFor the Smithies Mary Jane felt that their friendship really began senior year when they were away from thedd pressure DogFace of being rare specimens at Amherst emphasis mineOn the 80s and really now Our social concerns really have to do with the ualityf What You Owe Me ourwn livesWe tend to want to live well and we re unhappy when we can t John Lyons ne f the casting directors Wasserstein worked withOn the etiuette f the theater Good manners go a long way But even people in the mafia have better manners than in show business Caroline Aaro. W were aware that she was gravely ill The cherished confidante to so many Wendy privately endured her greatest heartbreaks alone At nce a moving portrait f an uncommon woman and a nuanced study f the generation she came to represent Wendy and The Lost Boys uncovers the magic f Wendy’s WORK A DAUGHTER OF THE 1950S AN ARTIST THAT A daughter f the 1950s an artist that Blind Spots of age during the freewheeling 1970s a power woman in 1980s New York and a single mother at the turnf the century Wendy’s very life spoke to the tensions A Boy and A Bear in a Boat of an eraf great change for women in particular Salamon brings each distinct moment to vibrant life always returning to Wendy’s works The Heidi Chronicles and SOS others to show her in the free spacef the theater Here Wendy spoke in the most intimate St. Johns Wort of terms about everything that matters most family and love dreams and devastation And that is the Wendyf Neverland the Wendy who will never grow

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