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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