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Good Morning Anita Hill



Written and Performed by Deb Margolin

Directed by Merri Milwe

October 2011


Full Title: “Good Morning Anita Hill It’s Ginni Thomas

I Just Wanted To Reach Across the Airwaves and the

Years and Ask You To Consider Something I Would

Love You To Consider an Apology Sometime and Some Full Explanation of Why You Did What You Did With My Husband So Give It Some Thought and Certainly Pray About This and Come To Understand Why You Did What You Did Okay Have a Good Day.”


Who are we at the moment we flip someone the bird; show the middle finger to a stranger? And what is tragedy? Is it possible that one definition of tragedy involves the realization that, in order to address an oppressor, or seek redress from him successfully, we must descend to his level? Here’s what happens when a middle-aged Jewish woman confronts her road rage at the 20-year-old intersection of young motherhood and the Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas hearings. With a fair amount of Bristol Palin tossed in. 



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DED MARGOLIN (playwright/performer) is a playwright, performance artist, and founding member of Split Britches Theater Company. She is the author of nine full-length solo performance pieces, which she has toured throughout the United States, and is the recipient of the 1999-2000 OBIE Award for Sustained Excellence of Performance. Deb’s work has been commissioned by The Jewish Museum of New York, Actors Theatre of Louisville, PS122, and Middle Tennessee State University. Her multi-character play Three Seconds in the Key, commissioned by the New York Public Theater and premiered by New Georges in New York, won the 2005 Kesselring Prize for Playwriting, followed by a production at the San Francisco Playhouse. A book of Margolin’s plays and performance pieces, entitled Of All The Nerve: Deb Margolin SOLO, was published in 1999 by Cassell/Continuum Press. Deb Margolin lives in New Jersey, which she denies. She was honored to accept the 2008 Helen Merrill Distinguished Playwright Award. Her most recent multi-character play, Imagining Madoff, is currently running in several regional theaters.

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