|The Human Voice
| Open: 01/19/08 Close: 01/19/08
Originally penned by renowned playwright Jean Cocteau in 1930, The Human Voice chronicles the drama which unfolds throughout the course of the protagonist's monologue.
Performed by Marybeth Holloway, a woman reeling from a recently ended love affair offers the audience an intimate look at the goings-on of a person in the midst of a psychological breakdown.
Also performing her auto performance piece, "A Mother's Journey" as the second act.
Directed by Frank Borrelli
Original Sound Design by Eric Holloway
MFA Project Mentor: Naum Panovski
*This performance is a result of the cancellation in December due to inclement weather.*