This play made its Trustus Theatre debut in Season 28 and was such a hit that when it came back in Season 29, the entire run was sold out before opening night! It is a delightfully bawdy, slightly over-the-top, fun production will have you laughing from the first line through the final bows. This limited run will have eight performances including three afternoon matinees. Tickets may be purchased at www.
Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein. Vern and Wren are on either end of the energy spectrum. But, as one would expect from any good s farce that takes place in a hardened bunker, the second act begins with a bang. Throughout, playwrights Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood have dazzling worldbuilding. Curiously, this play written by men and directed by a man is rooted in an almost misandristic and very binary feminism. Women are pure and men are only valuable for procreation, leaving out the middle of the Kinsey Scale and keeping the gender binary in place. Its non-intersectional feminism is almost as dated as the fear of a communist nuclear attack.
Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein is meeting for their annual quiche breakfast. Presented by The New Colony. Chicago Reader - Recommended.
Let it be said henceforth that a quiche is nothing to sneeze at. How wrong you were. A quiche is a mighty thing, as powerful and blessed as womanhood itself. A hit at the New York International Fringe Festival last summer, this slap-happy, five-character comedy has now settled into the SoHo Playhouse, where its raw and magnetic dementia seems destined to attract a cult following. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein, all self-described widows, in an unnamed middle-American town in