in the NY Times
Ms. D’Amour — thoughtful, unguarded, seemingly most at home in her cowboy boots — has long shimmied across cultural fault lines. “Most often I feel like two different Lisas living in parallel performance worlds,” she said.
The connecting thread is work about people and issues that don’t normally get a dramatic spotlight.
“One of the great strengths is her ear,” said Martha Lavey, artistic director of Steppenwolf. “She’s bearing witness, and I think she does it without judgment, and in a way that’s poetic and compassionate."
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