Queen of Conspiracy
The intricate structure that Josh Hartwell lays out for “Queen of Conspiracy” deserves applause. When Miners Alley artistic director Len Matheo tossed Hartwell the idea of writing about 1960s-’70s radio personality Mae Brussell, the talented local playwright ran with it, juking this way and zagging that way. And that’s fitting for a drama that takes some of the facts of Brussell’s life and imagines a fictional daughter and mother tangled in the webs of conspiracy theories.
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