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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Characters

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Character Introduction

Although Smith interviewed about 175 people in her research for Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992, in the published work containing their monologues she includes just under a third of them. In any given performance of her play, she further limits the number of persons depicted but had included some who are not in the published work. An example is Maria, Juror #7 in the second Rodney King trial, who was interviewed and added to the Mark Taper Forum production of the play two weeks after it opened. Another example is the opera diva Jessye Norman,

There is actually no set cast of characters in Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992. As she deems appropriate, Smith selects the cast from her gallery of choices both to fit her specific audience and her artistic aims of the moment.

Theresa Allison

The founder of Mothers Reclaiming our Children (Mothers ROC), Theresa Allison is also the mother of...

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