Theresa's blind date with Tony seems to go well and she agrees to dinner. She has a successful career in New York and finds it easier to commit to work than another person. But when flowers arrive every day and the phone keeps ringing, she doesn't know whether to feel flattered, angry or afraid.
A new play by Time magazine's number one playwright for 2000. 'With Spinning into Butter, her play about race relations on campus, Rebecca Gilman gave notice that she was a playwright to watch. And with this intense drama of a woman's encounter with a stalker, she became one to hail. Not just a gripping play but also an important one.' Time First produced by Chicago's Goodman Theatre in 2000, the play will receive its British premiere in 2001.
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