Watercolor & Criss-crossing (Broadway, August Wilson Theatre, 1970) | Playbill

Watercolor & Criss-crossing

One Act

SYNOPSIS: An evening of two one-act plays. In Watercolor, various couples discuss sex and philosophy on the beach. Criss-Crossing depicts modern violence in a cartoonish fashion.

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