(1920-1994) didn’t get much recognition during her lifetime. She
won acclaim as an actress in the 1940s but was dissatisfied with
stereotyped roles, so she began writing plays. Trouble in Mind,
presented in 1955, made her the first woman to win an OBIE award, but
it never landed on to Broadway and was forgotten for years. Thanks to a prescient artistic decision, Northern Kentucky University
chose the show for this season.