The students’ monologues will include transgender characters. How much of the original will remain, and whether playwright Eve Ensler will ok the changes remains in question.
On view January 30 to March 29, 2015, the iconic work of photographer Dana Gluckstein opens with a reception and talk on January 29 at 6pm.
A peek through the veils that may or may not separate this world from the next, Shoshanna’s comedy uncovers how much we invent about the grief we experience when facing or not facing the death of someone we hold dear.
April 9 marks the start of the most outrageous Gold Dust Orphans offering to date as Ryan Landry is joined by Penny Champayne, Olive Another, Liza Lott and Delta Miles at Machine in Boston.
From the traditional Bach, Mozart, Debussy and Schumann to the ‘Alma Brasileira’ (Brazilian Soul) by Villa-Lobos, this will be an afternoon of music to delight in.
After the play reading, you are invited to stay and see why Wharton continues to inspire, and share your thoughts with the actors, writer, and director.
A new evening-length work based on Sophocles’ ancient Greek heroine combines live music, song, and dance, bringing the fiery, expressive nature of flamenco to one of the world’s great tragedies.