Peggy Guggenheim was the filthy rich and hilariously vulgar American heiress notorious for buying up art and -- scandalously -- sleeping with artists. In fact, she collected men as voraciously as she collected paintings. This tempestuous, riotously funny, and delightfully profane diva ultimately amassed one of the greatest private collections of modern art. Woman Before A Glass, by Lanie Robertson, is a rollercoaster acting tour-de-force -- a wildly entertaining portrait of this grande dame of 20th century art. Glynis Bell stars as Peggy Guggenheim. The play is directed by Steve Campo.