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I first witnessed Ellen Fullman perform in the cavernous Yale Union Laundry Building in Portland, Oregon. Built in the early twentieth century to house industrial power laundry systems, the vaulted ceilings and large windows were designed to admit light and to release heat and steam. In its current form, the space feels like a minimalist, urban cathedral.
Disfunctional families never cease to be prime theater subjects and the rural Oklahoman, wild Weston brood, as unleashed in Tracy …Read the Rest