Perhaps the way to honor our dead / Is to eat them.
You are cordially invited to break bread, virtually, with one of the seminal monsters of literature: Grendel’s Mother, from the Anglo-Saxon epic, Beowulf. Share in her hard won victories and shattering griefs. Turn your collective gaze upon the wreckage of the 21st century, and find what it takes to maybe build a better world.
And have a little treat. You deserve it.
Spend a few dollars more, and order tickets at least one week in advance, to receive a special Party Favor. (Party Favor Shipping only available within the continental United States.)
Jennifer Joplin commands the stage in an uncompromisingly brash reflection on devotion, grief, and the communal responsibility to stoke the fires of revolution.
Megan Gogerty (Lady MacBeth and Her Pal, Megan) has created a bold mash-up of a classical story with bracing modernity, painting a world where mythology comes crashing into pop culture.
10 words: Make a monstrously maternal meal of mythology and modernity.
Run Time: About 75 minutes.
Note: this performance will be broadcast at specific show dates and times, just like an in person show. In the event that you encounter technical difficulties, or life interrupts, you’ll have 24 hours from your selected show time to complete your viewing.
All show times are EDT (-4 GMT).
Director: Tamara Winters
Scenic & Lighting Designer: Andrew Hungerford
Costume Designer: Noelle Wedig-Johnston
Sound Designer: Douglas Borntrager
Props Design & Scenic Art: Kayla Williams
Stage Manager: Meghan Winter
Technical Director: Henry Bateman
*Member of Actors Equity appearing under a Guest Artist Agreement.
The Morse & Betty Johnson Foundation