Her Name Means Memory: Afternoon Performance

Sunday, Feb 4 2024, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM, Off campus (see description), Free

Sunday, Feb 4 2024 3:00 PM Sunday, Feb 4 2024 4:30 PM America/New_York Her Name Means Memory: Afternoon Performance Off campus (see description) Bennington College

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | Join us on February 4 and 5 for the New York showings of Her Name Means Memory, written and directed by Randolyn Zinn. Bennington students participated last January in a two week workshop as the playwright Randolyn Zinn, co-founder of Living Room Theater, developed her play. It is being shown at Hillman Studio, in BAM, Brooklyn. This reimagining of the Greek play, The Trojan Women, highlights the plight of the young women of the chorus, who must face humiliation and servitude as chattel of the Trojan war. Former member of the Bennington drama faculty, Janis Young, and ongoing drama faculty member, Oliver Wadsworth join New York actors in this production. 

For reservations, please email info@lrtvt.org. Tickets are free for an invited audience. BAM's Hillman Studio is located at BAM's Fischer Building, 321 Ashland Place, Brooklyn, NY.