Zilla

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Zilla

In India, a political subdivision equivalent to a district, which is smaller than a state but larger than a county.
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A Jewish, thirty-something urbanite, Zillah has the responsibility to remain in the present.
When Tamar Fortgang, who co-produced the recent Theatre of Note production and appeared in the role of Zillah, was told about the playwright's change of heart, she responded that both she and the play's director, Gleason Bauer, had been attracted to Bright Room by Zillah and her moral concerns.
Bauer and Fortgang invited Steven Leigh Morris, a Los Angeles theatre critic and playwright, to give Zillah a local and more up-to-date identity.
Theatre of Note's thoughtful, exceptionally polished production of A Bright Room Called Day received high critical praise, yet once again the reception of the Zillah segments was mixed.