Written by the pioneering avant-garde dramatist Maria Irene Fornes, this Obie award-winning play explores the lives of eight complicated, privileged women who gather together in Fefu's country New England home on a spring day in the 1930's. Hallucinogenic, mysterious, thought-provoking, and one of our most beloved off-Broadway plays, "Fefu and Her Friends" is a provocative, feminist exploration of the expectations, inconsistencies, and double standards that even the most aristocratic women endured - and continue to endure. This production will mark the West Coast premiere of Fornes' one-set version.
"Fornes is America's truest poet of the theater." - Erika Munk, "Village Voice"
"One of the most powerful plays written about the mysteries and shared hallucinations of the female experience." - "The Los Angeles Weekly"
Direction by Devon Allen
Designs by Glenn Gauer and Margaret Chapman
Performs: February 24, Thursday at 7:30, Preview Performance
February 25 - 26, Friday - Saturday at 7:30
February 27, Sunday at 2:00
March 2 - 5, Wednesday - Saturday at 7:30