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THE GODDESS IN EXILE continued | In this scene Hans faces a jury trial accused of murdering his wife Elvira that must find him guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.�| Griselda Steiner | Scene4 Magazine | February 2020
THE GODDESS IN EXILE continued | The 1970�s were pivotal in the Women�s Rights Movement in America that opened a Pandora�s box of feminist issuess�| Griselda Steiner | Scene4 Magazine | January 2020
Truth to Power: Villains are destroyed by their own flaws, but not before killing their innocent adversaries�| Griselda Steiner | Scene4 Magazine | December 2019
If my husband has a mistress that's my business. If you sleep with her you bring her to my bed�| Griselda Steiner | Scene4 Magazine | November 2019
Rich with tales of families who traveled from Europe, found work, wooed spouses, created homes, raised families, lost loved ones in the Great War and survived the Depression.�| Griselda Steiner | Scene4 Magazine | October 2019
Every woman is a Goddess - a part of the divine in nature that the modern world has put into exile.�| Griselda Steiner | Scene4 Magazine | September 2019
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Rip Torn and his wife Geraldine Page opted out of becoming �Hollywood Stars� to make independent and intelligent artistic choices. His legacy in film, TV and theatre includes a long list of credits.�| Griselda Steiner | Scene4 Magazine | August 2019
When Elvira returns to New York she decides to transform her art to become an expression of the divine feminine within natural elements.�| Griselda Steiner | Scene4 Magazine | July 2019
After World War II from the late 1940s to the 80�s when the avant-garde shifted from Europe to America, prominent art dealer and gallery owner Leo Castelli (September 4, 1907 � August 21, 1999) was at the helm.�| Griselda Steiner | Scene4 Magazine | June 2019
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