Spring 2013 - A Woman Scorned

 

The spring 2013 production was a scene night titled A Woman Scorned.  Conceived and directed by the Dr. Carol Silverberg, the evening highlighted the work of 20th century American women playwrights, Maureen Watkins, Beth Henley, and Wendy Wasserstein. The evening’s first selections came from Watkins’s Chicago, the play that inspired the hit Broadway musical. Following the notorious acts of the legendary Roxie Hart, audiences viewed a tale of attempted murder and intrigue in scenes from Beth Henley’s Pulitzer Prize winning dark comedy, Crimes of the Heart. The evening concluded with Wasserstein’s one-act comedy Medea, a delightful mixture of modern New York humor combined with that of the Greek playwright Euripides.

The cast featured Rebecca Harding, Rachel Hardy, Jaimie Girnis, James Bullis, Jonathan Collins, Brionna Cicak, Dylan Gardner, Arica Hayes, Alex Marin, Arman Rahimi, Jeff Tagliaferro, Mariyah Wayman, and Cassidy Wright.

Performances were April 26th & 27th at 7:00 P.M. in SUNY Broome’s Little Theatre.