Described as a "savage comedy," Fisher portrays James Oswald Bonaparte in this Jonathan Marc Sherman play. It received its world premiere at the Los Angeles Theatre Center in Los Angeles, California, on February 7, 1991.

At this time, no other information is available for this play on this site, but a fan of Noelle Parker (who plays dual roles in the play) has pointed out the "Veins and Thumbtacks" section of the Noelle Parker Website. A link to the play's section is provided below. Please be aware that quotes from the play are used on the below-listed webpage and that the language may be considered objectionable to those with delicate sensibilities.

Veins and Thumbtacks page at Noelle Parker Central

 



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