Two Small Bodies (play)
|Two Small Bodies|
|Written by||Neal Bell|
|Place premiered||Playwrights Horizons|
|Setting||In and around the apartment of Eileen Maloney|
A strip club hostess' two children are missing and she is questioned by a police lieutenant for days when he suspects she murdered them.
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