Hey Dramashop folks…

Does anyone remember reading a play about conjoined twins at some point? I have this vague memory of it, but all I can think of is Naomi Wallace’s One Flea Spare, with which I think I associate many similarly weird/wonderful/bizarre/disturbing plays. Anyway, if anyone knows what the heck I’m talking about, lemme know.


7 thoughts on “Hey Dramashop folks…

  1. While you were or during the time you were first in college, there was a world renowned conjoinment that may have inspired the prwesume play.

  2. Maybe Bernard Pomerance’s The Elephant Man? I’m not sure if they mention multiple people with deformities, but maybe?

  3. I suspect you’re talking about the original production of Sister Act, back before it was sanitized for the film version with Whoopi Goldberg. Jean Anouilh if memory serves – of course the whole thing is an allegory for something or other Nazis, I don’t know. All that foreign shit confuses me with its Nazi talk.

  4. Shit, I am talking about that musical. Damn. I remembered it as being something more interesting than that. But that’s absolutely correct — in fact, I’m sure a couple of people sang some song from it for the last end-o-year concert in mixed chorus my senior year of high school. Or maybe the year after I graduated?
    Wow, my brain is apparently all mixed-up. Thanks!

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