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WOMEN IN THE DARK & BECOMING EMMA GOLDMAN
Dangling between hilarity and terror, WOMAN IN THE DARK is the comic and poignant true story of a woman trapped in an elevator during the Blackout of 2003. BECOMING EMMA GOLDMAN ....Things change when you move in with your 90 year old Grandma.
Friday, June 10, 2011 at 6:00PM
The Gene Frankel Theatre
24 Bond Street
LOCATED AT 24 BOND STREET BETWEEN LAFAYETTE AND BOWERY
By Subway: • West Side: Take the D or D down to Broadway and Lafayette • East Side: Take the #6 train Broadway and Lafayette • Exit the FDR Drive at Houston Street, drive west to Lafayette Street and north up to Bond Street and turn left.
WOMEN IN THE DARK: Dangling between hilarity and terror, a young woman is trapped in an elevator above Grand Central Station during the Blackout of 2003. Elizabeth Alice Murray takes on multiple characters as she recounts her journey from panic and anxiety to resentment and optimistic mania as she befriends and alienates her elevator fellows and reflects upon the larger questions and possibilities of "being in the dark.""
BECOMING EMMA GOLDMAN : One-person show about a Jewish socialist atheist living with her 90-year old grandmother in a time of war, the market crash, revolution, and gray hair.