Love in the Time of Corona - Marjorie Conn

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Love in the Time of Corona by Marjorie Conn

Marjorie Conn (Actor/Playwright/Storyteller/Ventriloquist) made her acting debut with the late, great Ethyl Eichelberger as his leading man, playing Aegisthus to his Klytemnestra with her lover, the late, incomparable Katy Dierlam as Electra. She was given an award by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force for her contributions to theatre in Provincetown, MA. Marjorie is most known for her portrayal of Lizzie Borden (ax murderess) and Lorena Hickok (Eleanor Roosevelt's lover). These plays, which she wrote, are published in LOST LESBIAN LIVES. She founded the Provincetown Fringe Festival in 1994, which relocated to Asbury Park, NJ in 2007. One of her stories is scheduled for publication in WMN zine: Show Me What You Got at the end of May. Currently she is a full-time New Yorker living in Hell's Kitchen with a plethora of rescue animals.  


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