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Hyena In Petticoats

The Story of Mary Wollstonecraft

Mary Wollstonecraft was the mother of modem feminism. She embodied a new sense of what was possible for women of her era. The conflict in the play is derived from the fact that Mary longed to stand shoulder to shoulder to men and yet she sought their love and approval. Here is where I got my impetus for the drama. Punch and Judy came into fashion in the 1800's as live performers rather than puppets. Also, the circus came into being in London in the 18th century. The characters Punch and Judy serve as narrators and tricksters, both.

Grace Cavalieri


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February 2010

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