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bd40bc7c7a Application Error. Baylor - James Gammon Jake - Harvey Keitel Lorraine - Geraldine Page Mike - Will Patton Beth - Amanda Plummer Frankie - Aidan Quinn Meg - Ann Wedgeworth Sally - Karen Young . While trying to get around Mikes guarding of Beth, Frankie is mistaken for a deer and shot in the leg by Baylor, Beths father. Please try again or start browsing on our home page. The New Yorker. ^ Healy, Patrick (2010-04-01). Told in three acts set in snowy Montana, the story alternates between two families after a severe incident of spousal abuse leaves all their lives altered until the final collision at an isolated cabin. Bucknell University Theatre and Dance. Beth Beth, Jakes wife, a pretty young woman whose brain has been damaged by the brutal beating inflicted on her by Jake, who left her for dead.
Retrieved 2008-09-11. 1986 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Play 1986 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play 1986 Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Play 2010 Lucille Lortel Awards for Outstanding Revival (nominee) 2010 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Director of a Play, Ethan Hawke (nominee) 2010 Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Music in a Play, Gaines (nominee) 2010 Obie Award Performance, Laurie Metcalf (winner) . The play was directed by Shepard himself with stars Harvey Keitel as Jake, Amanda Plummer as Beth, Aidan Quinn as Frankie, Geraldine Page as Lorraine, and Will Patton as Mike. Awards and nominations. Archived from the original on 2 February 2010. Archived from the original on 4 April 2010. Cambridge University Press, ISBN 9780521777667 ^ PJ Butler (2003-09-21). He has come to his brother, Frankie, for help after beating his wifeas he believes, to deathbecause of an affair he assumes Beth to have had while taking part in a community play. A Lie of the Mind is a play written by Sam Shepard, first staged at the off-Broadway Promenade Theater on 5 December 1985. "Lucille Lortel Nominees Announced".