Norma and Wanda
Love, forgiveness, and peanut butter balls
From the March, 2005 issue
As the oldest (and bossiest) of three sisters, I went into the premiere of Jeff Daniels's new comedy, Norma and Wanda, with a fair amount of arrogance. I consider myself an expert in sibling argument and allegiance, especially the types that arise at family gatherings. I didn't think a play could teach me anything. I was wrong. And right.
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