*These individuals appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association
Directed by Brian Kulick
Based on the book by Torgny Lindgren
Adapted by Simon McBurney and Matthew Broughton
October 1,3,4 and 9 at 8p.m.
October 11 at 2p.m.
The plague comes to a remote medieval village where only seven inhabitants survive; dying was the easy part -- now the question, for the handful who remain, is how to live. LIGHT forces questions of morality and survival to the forefront as desperation causes a community’s identity to teeter between civilization and barbarity.
by Caryl Churchill
Directed by Osheen Jones
October 2,8,10 and 11 at 8p.m.
October 4 at 2 p.m.
Val wants more. Becky wants to be a hairdresser. Angela wants to escape. Shirley can't be doing with all the fuss everyone is making. In a world where roles are fixed and choices are few, Fen follows the interweaving lives of different generations of women, and questions our sense of entitlement as to what life should give us. Exploring the relationship between aspiration and expectation, Fen looks at our connection with the work, the people, and the landscapes that hold us together. A community of working women. Grafting, striving, finding their way.
East 13th Street Theatre
136 E. 13th St.
New York, NY 10003
$15/$5 Seniors/FREE with Student ID.
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