WOMEN AND MANNERS: ARE WE DONE YET?
September 21-September 22, 2012
Sleeping Weazel will present Women and Manners: are we done yet?expand to view more [+]
Sleeping Weazel will present Women and Manners: are we done yet?, a double bill featuring new works by critically-acclaimed playwrights Constance Congdon and Kenneth Prestininzi, on September 21–22, 2012 at The Factory Theatre, 791 Tremont Street, Boston, MA. The production will showcase Congdon in her first solo performance, Is Sex Possible?, on the vagaries of older age sexuality, and Stephanie Burlington Daniels in Prestininzi’s hilarious pseudo-intellectual lecture-play addressed to young brides, Birth Breath Bride Elizabeth.
Polly Carl, Director of the Center for the Theatre Commons at Emerson College, and Melia Bensussen, theatre director (The Luck of the Irish) and Professor of Performing Arts at Emerson College, will lead a pre-show audience discussion on September 21.
Performances begin at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $15 and are available for purchase at the door or online. Please visit http://www.sleepingweazel.com/events/ for tickets or more information.
About Sleeping Weazel: Sleeping Weazel, a Boston-based multimedia theatre company, explores and engages novel approaches to developing, presenting, and exhibiting new art—multimedia theatre, interdisciplinary installations, performance events, music, poetry, and video/audio. Founded as a curatorial producing entity, the company features our affiliated artists’ individual and collaborative works in a variety of live settings and in our cyber art gallery.