The award winning director explores the role of women in politics, war and sex through Margaret I, a new play about the women of Shakespeare’s War of the Roses – and today’s America.
Margaret I | September 23rd; Time- 7pm; Price- $20
Venue: Industry City Distillery, 33 35th St #6a, Sunset Park
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BEAT Festival Opening Night | September 15th; Time- 7pm; Price- FREE (The standard museum suggested donation entrance policy still applies)
Venue: Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Crown Heights
About Elyzabeth Gorman:
SDCF Gielgud Fellowship, Lincoln Center Director’s Lab, Associate Member of the SDC and the League of Professional Theatre Women, SDCF Observership, The Stone Award (Huntington Theatre Co./Boston University), Trustee Scholarship (Boston University). DIRECTOR: Premieres include: Michael Niederman’s To Barcelona! (Ignited States Production Co.), Fairy Tale of America (EBE Ensemble), Don’t Drink and Fuck (Crosstown Playwrights) & Every Man (Samuel French Festival Winner); Caitlin Condy’s See Jane Run (Prospect Theatre Co.) and Little Wing (NY Fringe); Mother Knows Best by Deborah Radloff at the United Solo Festival and Jennifer Lane’s Does Anyone Know Sarah Paisner? (Intravenous Theatre Co.). NY includes: Shakespeare’s Henry IV (Rebellious Subjects), Comedy of Errors (EBE Ensemble) and Taming of the Shrew (Manhattan Shakespeare Project); Anthony Clarvoe’s The Living (Stone Soup Theater); Migration Nation (Leviathan Lab). ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Kate Fodor’s Rx (Primary Stages) directed by Ethan McSweeny; Pete Mills & Cara Reichel’s Pursuit of Persephone (Prospect Theatre Co.), directed by Cara Reichel. GIELGUD FELLOW: O’Neill’s Strange Interlude (Shakespeare Theatre Company) directed by Michael Kahn. UPCOMING: Ms. Oriental by Marisa Marquez in development through the Jerome Foundation and Mu Performing Arts.