THE PROVIDENCE OF NEIGHBORING BODIES
June 2nd - 8pm
Living alone in her condo in the smallest town in the smallest state in America, Dora plots a spontaneous friendship with her neighbor Ronnie. From across their balconies, a promising beginning ends with a crash. Then an email from a stranger turns their little world upside down. After its great success in the 2014 Loose Leaf Reading Series, Dutch Kills Theater is happy to be able to produce a week long workshop of this strange and feminine piece from writer Jean Ann Douglass to be directed by Jess Chayes.
Featuring: Kate Benson*, Anna Abhau Elliott and Anne Gridley
Design by Sara C. Walsh
*This actress appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association
Seats are limited! To get your ticket click HERE
January 3rd - 31st, 2016
At The Walker Space in January 2016, Dutch Kills will be presenting a full production of this thought-provoking and heart-provoking play about a homemaking school for women in Texas. The play takes a nuanced look at issues too often debated in a partisan way: is the vision of women offered by progressive secularism always the best way for women to be free and fulfilled in their lives, careers and families? Does conservative Christianity's approach to women generate nothing but oppression and frustration, or has modernity, in dismissing its values wholesale, thrown the baby out with the bathwater?