Potato Girl

Marion K. Baines

This article originally appeared in Southern Exposure Vol. 14 No. 3/4, "Changing Scenes: Theater in the South." Find more from that issue here.

"A sense of place affects my writing because action cannot be structured in a vacuum," says Rusch. ''A sense of place is the context in which my characters live out the life segments they let me share. Each of them views the world from his unique place; yet each of them — and each of us — shares the same place: a very large stage, all of us beset by the problems and delights of what it is to be alive at this moment, in this place."



Play not included here. Copyright by C. Rusch.