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In a time that could be now and a place that could be here, the world is harshly divided along gender lines. When a new deputy begins enforcing some of society’s strictest laws, a woman must plead to save her brother from execution. Through Shakespeare's poetic language, Willis-Woodward's new adaptation, and Siddiqui's original compositions, moral authority, “law” and “order,” and the extensive impact of patriarchy are unearthed in this ensemble-driven retelling of the 17th century classic "comedy.”

a stripped-down concept presentation

adapted and directed by Andrew Willis-Woodward

with music by Rona Siddiqui

assistant direction by Victoria McNaughton

stage management by Ellen Mischinski

additional producing by Jeremy Karafin

originally developed at the Powerhouse Theater Festival at Vassar College

Featuring: Lucas Brahme, Christina D. Eskridge, Marisa Jones, Lorenzo Landini*, Joseph J. Menino*, Doug Paulson*, Meghann Reynolds*, Griffin Stanton-Ameisen*, Temesgen Tocruray

*appearing courtesy of Actors Equity Association

Three performances only!

June 8 @ 3pm, June 10 @ 7pm, June 11 @ 7pm

The Manhattan Center at Molloy Studios, 50 Broadway, 4th Floor #405

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Run time: approx. 80 minutes