”If you could have dinner with anyone from history, who would it be?” It’s an oft-asked question in job interviews — and a fitting jumping-off point for Caryl Churchill’s time-traveling 1982 play Top Girls. The show opens with an exuberant dinner party at which a collection of historical and fictional female guests celebrate Marlene (Elizabeth Marvel) and her promotion to managing director of — what else? — an employment agency.
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