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"Aunt Dan and Lemon" is a play by Wallace Shawn. The world premiere was produced by the New York Shakespeare Festival at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England on August 27, 1985, under the direction of Max Stafford-Clark. This production opened off-Broadway at The Public Theater on October 21, 1985. It received a New York revival off-Broadway in 2004 at the Acorn Theatre, directed by Scott Elliot.The play returned to London’s Royal Court Theatre in 2009 when Jane Horrocks took the lead role. This production received mixed reviews.
- Aunt Dan and Lemon is the 1985-1986 theater production of a play by Wallace Shawn.
- Aunt Dan and Lemon is a 1987-1988 theater production of the play by Wallace Shawn.
- Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress, Resident Production nomination for Jennifer Mendenhall
- Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Lighting Design, Resident Production nomination for Nancy Schertler
- Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress, Resident Production, received by Jennifer Mendenhall
- Aunt Dan and Lemon is a 2003 theater production of the play by Wallace Shawn.
- Aunt Dan and Lemon is an award-nominated theater production.
- award: - Non-Equity Jeff Award for Actress in a Principal Role — Play nomination for Rebekah Ward
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Writing Wrongs (1997)
The Work of Wallace Shawn by W. Davies King, Wallace Shawn
Aunt Dan and Lemon is a play that hardly trades ...
by C. W. E. Bigsby
Aunt Dan and Lemon is a play that seems to have been written out of a sense of anger, though the anger which it, in turn, has occasionally provoked has been paradoxically misplaced in that there is a tendency to mistake the views of ...
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