Reza Abdoh was given praise as a "Southern California's theatrical wunderkind ." The article credits him as creator and director of seven original pieces. What is missing, however, is any mention of Mira-Lani Oglesby, the talented co-author of three of Abdoh's most successful plays, "Peep Show," "Minimata" and "Father Was a Masculine Man."
Oglesby's contribution deserves mention in any discussion of the works, and, in my opinion, this article was simply not complete without it.
HELMI A. HISSERICH