Tuesday, April 24, 2012

"Sticks and Bones" with David Selby

Sticks and Bones was a dark comedy that contrasted the Americana  of "Ozzie and Harriet" with the everyday ugliness of life that rarely surfaced on classic television. A review of the play from the Nov. 11, 1971, issue of The Village Voice is above, while a photo from the  May 6, 1972, issue of the Indiana Evening Gazette explains why Selby decided to leave the successful production.

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