Selma’s Cry for an Answer

The last time we heard Falk’s poem to Selma.  Brack praises him; Selma says she is flattered and thanks him.  But conversation now centres on women, their nature and place.  First, Brack suggests marriage, not music, should be her aim so that, once married, she can indulge in affairs.  Rebecca…

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The Eternal Argument

I never managed to write a blog for International Women’s Day.  But thinking about that day triggers memories of a soiree I created in The Eagle and the Tiger, a play I wrote about Ibsen and his wife Suzannah.  The play itself is a fusion of the present and memory…

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