Tongue Untied

Playwright Ellen McLaughlin's Tongue of a Bird tells the story of Maxine, a search-and-rescue pilot who desperately seeks a young girl, missing in the same snow-covered Adirondack mountains where Maxine herself spent her unhappy childhood. Haunted by ethereal visions of both her dead mother and of the lost girl, Maxine struggles to come to terms with her forgotten past.

One year after Tongue of a Bird premiered at the Intiman Theatre in Seattle, a completely new production was designe

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