- by Caryl Churchill
- directed by Lisa Portes
In this constantly shifting, time-defying play - a popular and critical success when it premiered in 1979 - British playwright Churchill highlights colonial and gender oppression. From Victorian-ruled Africa in act one to contemporary London in act two with most of the same characters, the play explores gender and sexuality from the 1880’s to the 21st century.
- Recommended for mature audiences.
), Talon Beeson
), Stewart Calhoun
), Susaan Jamshidi
), Zach Kenney
), Adam Poss
) and Allison Pryce
).The production team includes scenic design by Katie Schweiger
costume design by Jessica Chesak, lighting design by Chris Prezas, sound design by Josh Horvath, stage management by Shayna O'Neill.