(Nuala Calvi's article ran in the Times of London,
3/17.) 

Pulling strings for the wives of war

A new play uses puppetry to back up the words of military wives in Three
Good Wives at the Little Angel Theatre, N1

Three
women cut Sellotape and roll up paper tubes with the air of Blue Peter
presenters, stopping frequently to give each other approving nods and smiles.
Then, into their happy bubble seeps the emotionless voice of a computer: “I’m
out of my mind with sadness … the very first night he’s gone, I just cry all
night. I stay in my pyjamas all day and eat microwave food . . .” When the trio
finish their task they proudly hold their creations aloft: three paper machine
guns.

 

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http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/stage/theatre/article7064546.ece

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