by Justin M. West
Published on June 28, 2019
MISS MURDER, a series of monologues from some of the vilest women to have lived, is a solid first outing, one that's mostly positive but curiously hard to decipher thematically.
“I’m not an animal,” says Aileen Wuornos (Kelsey Vanderstine). Frantically, she wants us to understand her plight. She’s been convicted of brutally slaying seven men in less than a year and vents to us from death row, pacing and scanning the faces around her to make sure we’re paying attention.
“I’m not an animal,” she says. She lets that sink in before slumping into her seat with folded arms, shielding her ...Read more »