“Women or Nothing”

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Susan Pourfar and Halley Feiffer discuss their roles in Ethan Coen’s first full-length play “Women or Nothing.” It’s about two women so desperate to have a child that one of them will even sleep with a man. Who the man is, what he thinks is going on, what the women think about what he thinks, and what the mother of one of the women reveals about her own colorful past defies belief. It plays through October 13 at the Atlantic Theater Company.


Halley Feiffer and Susan Pourfar
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Comments [1]

jgarbuz from Queens

Why should women care who they sleep with, or impregnates them, as long as the schmoe can be forced to pay? Even better if the sex was good. Fathers have no rights in any case, married or not married. He only has the obligation to pay or else. He has no rights. Men have zero legal rights UNLESS he has lots of money to pay a legitimate shyster who hopefully won't sell him out as well.

Oct. 09 2013 12:14 PM

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