in the Dark Presents
Fresh from their critically acclaimed production of "Tales from Ovid," presented in collaboration with ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage, Whistler in the Dark next dives into the world of 17th century England with Caryl Churchill’s "Vinegar Tom." The production runs January 11 – February 2 at The Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, located at 527 Tremont Street in Boston's South End.
"Vinegar Tom," Whistler examines what it means to live with
our neighbors, how we define each other, what we accomplish in doing so,
and how our actions serve to define us. Directed by Mac Young,
the company features Melis Aker, David Anderson, Melissa Barker,
John Greene , Obehi Janice, Becca A. Lewis, Caroline Price, Jennifer Reddish
and Karin Webb.
In a play that often gets boiled down to feminist politics,
Young notes, “This is a play first about being human, and then about
being a woman. It is about living with each other on a day-to-day basis
and the social punishment and restrictions we inflict on one another.
We are examining not why people are good or bad, but what are
the situations that cause people to make their decisions.”
For tickets, call 617-933-8600 or visit www.whistlerinthedark.com
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