High Drama in Low Hanging Fruit

By Patrick Hurley


A person that can be persuaded or manipulated with little effort is sometimes referred to as “Low Hanging Fruit,” an expression that suggests a person is metaphorically on the bottom, easiest to reach. Playwright Robin Bradford uses this metaphor for homeless women veterans in her charged new play Low Hanging Fruit, making its world premiere now through October 26 at The Zephyr Theatre. Continue reading “High Drama in Low Hanging Fruit”

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