Whooping It Up

Oliver, Edith
November 1975
New Yorker;11/17/1975, Vol. 51 Issue 39, p124
The article presents the play "Jesse and the Bandit Queen," by David Freeman, which is a fantasy based on the careers of Jesse James and Belle Starr, his mistress and partner in crime for sixteen years. Kevin O'Connor and Pamela Payton-Wright play the lead roles, with director Gordon Stewart, with lighting by Arden Fingerhut and costumes by Hilary M. Rosenfeld.


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