Full Gallop is a one-woman play written by Mark Hampton and Mary Louise Wilson. It tells the story of fashion icon Diana Vreeland and her return to New York City following a four-month escape to Paris after her public and scandalous firing from Vogue in 1971. It was first performed in 1993.
The play was first produced as a work in progress at the Bay Street Theatre Festival in Sag Harbor, New York in 1993 with Mary Louise Wilson as Diana Vreeland. It had its world premiere in 1995 at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, with Wilson again as Vreeland. She continued with the role in two New York City engagements, in 1995 at Manhattan Theatre Club and in 1996 at the Westside Theatre directed by Nicholas Martin.
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