By Andrew Biss
As she seeks solace and suggestions from her semi-estranged sister, Elaine needs to now glance past her global of petit bourgeois respectability and deal with real-life occasions which are swiftly engulfing her in a vortex of existential crisis.
A one-act model of Kitchen Sink Drama premiered at New York's ny Theatre resource in 2009.
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