Daphne Rubin-Vega

Two Sisters and a Piano

The role could be a lurid cliche, bringing to mind those frustrated bad girls of 1950's movie soap operas, but Ms. Rubin-Vega softens the character with an air of arrested childhood, of innocence in search of corruption. Sofia's jitteriness becomes the evening's clearest and most affecting indication of the toll taken by the sisters' isolation.
NY Times review

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