“Some of the Mark Taper Forum’s best vibrations come from its laboratory workshops, which recently presented an absorbing dramatization of a novel in progress by Susan Miller, one of the theatre’s playwrights in residence.”

NEWSWEEK

“Miller is a tremendously talented writer and her use of language is extremely impressive, with many passages marked by brilliant poetic beauty. Miller’s verbal imagery here is always interesting, as is her form, which combines third person narrative and conventional dialogue.”

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“Demanding theatre: we cannot sit back and watch; we must join in, think and feel. Cross Country has a willingness to explore, to admit the answers may not always exist and to do so for the most part with a sense of humor.”

UCLA DAILY BRUIN

“The woman’s plunge into self, touching new identities, courageously exploding old ones, is meaningful and it’s difficult to imagine a woman in the Taper’s audience not identifying.”

L.A HERALD EXAMINER

“Cross Country evoked in the audience a particular and mixed response. Love or Hate. As definite as that. Mine was love.”

THE ADVOCATE

Publications: West Coast Plays, Vol. I 

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Sharon Ullrick, Ron Rifkin, Frances Lee McAin & Robin Strasser


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