Lynn Green Root and his play, "The Debutante Ball," was performed at the Hampstead Theatre in Hampstead, London, England with Sheila Gish Jane Horrocks, Duncan Preston, and Susannah Harker in the cast.
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Compared to being a playwright, when you're on the set you're really not meant to talk to people or give any advice. In theater you have more of a relationship with the director. You can say things to the actor. If the movie gets made, there's something so beautiful about it being seen all over the world. [With Crimes of the Heart
(1986)] you made a lot more money. That was to my liking.
While studying at an acting workshop in the Burbank, California, she wrote a play called "Crimes of Passion". The title was later changed to "Crimes of the Heart" and it won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Female bonding as a central theme