Thursday, May 03, 2007

12 Nights in June

In separate stories with related themes, three women embody the difficulty of adult transition in American culture.

Daughters of Catastrophe features women whose desires are diverted, but not satisfied, by affluence. Despite material advantages, these women still grapple with mythologies of marriage, motherhood, and family.

Daughters of Catastrophe was first commissioned and had a staged reading at City3Theater's Summer Six Pack directed by J. Daniel Stanley, and a staged reading at the Quiet Storm in Pittsburgh directed by Tonia Steed.

Daughters of Catastrophe

Directed by Ellen Graham
Produced by Mae West Fest

June 7th – 30th
Thurs-Sat. 8 pm

Theatre Off Jackson

(Poster design by uneeda INK)

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