Two actors on stage Only one has seen the script The other one is new every night And there is no rehearsal What happens?
Thursday, June 13 @ 8pm: The incomparable Georgia Lyman Friday, June 14 @ 8pm: The indefatigable Alex Simoes Saturday, June 15 @ 4pm: The indefinable Noah Simes Saturday, June 15 @ 8pm: The indubitable Kim Klasner
Thu, 6/20 @ 8pm: The Remarkable Cheryl Singleton Fri, 6/21 @ 8pm: The Redoubtable Margarita Martinez Sat, 6/22 @ 4pm: The Rexalicious John J King Sat, 6/22 @ 8pm: The Revolutionary Margaret Ann Brady
Theatre on Fire presents An Oak Tree June 13 – 22, 2019 Charlestown Working Theatre 442 Bunker Hill Street Charlestown, MA 02129 TOF on Facebook
Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin’s understanding of the gravity of creation led to one of the most famous horror tales of all time: Frankenstein. Emily Dendiger posits that this knowledge came from Mary’s own life and relationships in the play Hideous Progeny. Most generations struggle between rebellion and responsibility; the choices we make create the world that we live in. Mary’s future husband, Percy Shelley, speaks of and practices “free love” and ideals, but ignores the monsters he releases. Hideous Progeny haunts Mary Godwin and the audience with the question: do you run away from the monsters or do you face them? Continue reading →