Coda

Coda

Grandmother's House. By CATHERINE WALD

My grandmother's legs tremble as she climbs the makeshift steps to the scaffolding, two stories off the ground at the rear of the stage. It's, let's say, 1922, and twenty-something Minette Levy has...

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Current Issue: August 2014 — VOL. 79, NO. 2