The Killing of Sister George by Frank Marcus

The Killing of Sister George is a groundbreaking comedy by Frank Marcus which was named "Best Play of the 1965-66 Season" by The Theatre Critics Variety Poll and voted "Best Play" by the London Theatre Critics and the London Evening Standard.

The 1966 Broadway Production, which featured the original London cast, earned its star, Beryl Reid, a Tony Award for Best Actress in a play.

The title may be familiar as the play was made into a movie in 1968 that caused quite a stir. Originally, it received a rare X rating and has become something of a cult classic for its steamy lesbian love scene featuring a young Susannah York.

Photo by David Sanford

Photo by David Sanford

Photo by David Sanford

Photo by David Sanford

Photo by David Sanford

Photo by David Sanford

Photo by David Sanford

Photo by David Sanford

National Reviews

"A Fine, Fine Play - Audacious and Exhilarating, Straightforward and Strong, Comic and Cutting" –The World Journal Tribune

"BITCHY FUN." –The New York Times

"DYNAMIC. TIMELESS." –Rex Reed NY Observer

"INSPIRIED. INTRIGUING. A DRAMATIC MINEFIELD." –Women Around Town

"HILARIOUS. AN INTERESTING AND ENTERTAINING PIECE OF WORK."
Wolfe Entertainment Guide

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