the folklorists present ‘BONE CHINA,’ an evening-length, tell-all, told tale born of creativity and compromise and compromised creativity. This is a historical account of the confidences of the feminine: stained tablecloths, broken vacuums, ghost gardens, and laundry airing on the line. As habitual movements become our rituals, we restore a layer of filth that is permanent in a most delightful way. Come - get some dirt under your fingernails. Remember the rhythm of your stitch and the story of your bones.
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