A gripping play about a remarkable life: Lee Miller was a Vouge model in the ’20s, muse of the Paris Surrealists in the ’30s, and an acclaimed World War II photographer covering the front lines. She washed the mud of Dachau off in Hitler’s bathtub after the liberation. She was difficult and tempestuous. She’d do anything to get her picture. And among her passionate lovers were men eager to take credit for her genius. “Kreitzer’s writing, muscular and sharp, requires close attention and the result is thoroughly rewarding.” (Cincinnati CityBeat)
The regional premiere by Carson Kreitzer, directed by Leah Cooper.