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Bonesetter: A Tragislasher
Off Off Broadway, The Clemente, Spicy Witch Productions

Reviewed by Sarah Weber

BOTTOM LINE: Clarissa needs to worry about surviving more than high school and boys when a mysterious string of murders terrorizes her neighborhood.

Throughout history society continues to expect women to balance on one impossible double edged sword: a woman’s virginity is a precious indication of her moral character, but it also makes her a “prude.” A woman with an active sex life is considered modern, but it also makes her a “loose woman” (amongst an endless list of other insults). Playwright Annette Storckman shines a spotlight on this contradiction by drawing parallels between…

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