Faye Driscoll’s “You’re Me”

Faye Driscoll and Jesse Zaritt in Driscoll's "You're Me", photo by Paula Court

Last week I saw Faye Driscoll’s newest work, You’re Me, at The Kitchen. My review will be in the next issue of The Brooklyn Rail, but a heads up: if you haven’t seen it yet, go go go. It’s messy, funny, sad, and frighteningly accurate. You can even watch this little flipbook of Driscoll and Jesse Zaritt, her partner in the piece.

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