Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Celebrating Woolf

If you’re in New York and in search of a Woolfian adventure, during this, her birthday week, you might check out a new play, Among Roses and The Ash.

I know nothing but nothing about it except the information they sent me, which I pass on to you here:
Among Roses and The Ash
Written by Elisabeth Aroneau and Kellie Mecleary
Directed by Kellie Mecleary
January 27-30, 8pm, January 31, 2pm and 8pm.
Tickets $10 at door, or online at fabnyc.org 
Purchase tickets in advance - seating is limited!
SYNOPSIS: AMONG ROSES AND THE ASH is a meditation on the power, beauty, and limitations of the English language, seen through the eyes of an author. Inspired by the life and work of Virginia Woolf, AMONG ROSES AND THE ASH incorporates movement, sound and image to explore the work of a literary artist. 
The Author contemplates two of her characters: a Woman planning a party, remembering past loves and questioning current ones, and a Man, haunted by his own past, attempting to create the world anew. As the Author travels through the lives and minds of her characters, she asks questions all writers must consider: what can one communicate through words? What gets lost and unexpectedly found? AMONG ROSES AND THE ASH is a lyrical exploration of our human desire to connect and all that may happen in the attempt.
WOW Cafe Theater is located at 59-61 East 4th Street 
on the Fourth Floor. 
between Bowery and 2nd Avenue in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City, USA.

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