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Spring 2002

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Send-up

     A hoot and a provocateur from the get-go” is how L.A. Weekly describes Terry Galloway, who performed her “Out All Night and Lost My Shoes” at Skidmore in January. An award-winning cabaret satirist, Galloway won a New York Villager award for her first play, Heart of a Dog, which was made into a PBS film. She heads the Mickee Faust Club in Tallahassee, Fla., and works with Actual Lives, a performance workshop for disabled adults in Austin, Texas. She is currently at work on The Unheard, a memoir about growing up deaf.

 


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