Women I’ve Seen Before

14jan3:00 pmWomen I’ve Seen BeforeAn Interpretation of Caryl Churchill's Play Escaped Alone


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(Sunday) 3:00 pm


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Sunday, January 14, 2024 | 3:00pm

Women I’ve Seen Before: An Interpretation of Caryl Churchill’s Play Escaped Alone

A work-in-progress performance of a movement theater piece inspired by the writings of world-renown octogenarian playwright Caryl Churchill. Performed by local women of the Northeast Kingdom and nearby Canadian townships – nurses, farmers, school teachers – this piece explores how women of a certain age reflect on caring for each other while facing down mortality and a world in flames. Inspired by the fierce wit and spirit of Churchill’s texts, incorporating movement and singing, the performance is the first of a Museum of Everyday Life series exploring the lived experience of everyday life with friends and neighbors in the NEK. Directed by Clare Dolan. 


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