Theft by Finding: Diaries - 1995 Summary & Analysis

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Back in New York, a positive review of Amy and Sedaris’s play, One Woman Shoe, came out in Newsday. Sedaris writes, “The guy said that after a while he didn’t know what the hell was going on but didn’t care, he was laughing so hard. He said it was stronger and more satisfying than the “woefully erratic Stitches,” which is funny. Last year they wrote a love letter to it, and now it’s erratic. The Times review comes out on Thursday” (317). The Times review was positive as well. Despite the rave reviews, Sedaris comments on the negative impact of such press claiming that reviews kill the element of surprise and leaves the audience with “a prove it stance” (317). The cast was caught off guard by the review and everyone was off during the performance that night. Sedaris states that, “We were...

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