Stage Left Studio, 214 W 30th St, 6th Fl. NY NY
July 10, 12, 13, 14 at 7:30pm
Tickets $10 through greyroomnyc.wordpress.com
Follow three young women in this three-part monologue play as they bravely and honestly share what it means to be a “girl” in our modern world. They find themselves growing up as they claim their mistakes and make room for empathy in a culture losing it human connection. Each by way of storytelling exposes the trials and tribulations of "girlhood" at different ages in the middle of growing up, from 15 to 23.
Grow, feel, and question through Mostyn-Brown’s call for truth.
Leave shame behind.
Featuring: Giuliana Carullo, Taylor Frey, Paige Goodloe, Jeremy Grinberg, and Nic Westwood
Directed by Shelby Leshine
Produced by: Mike Wesolowski
Presented by Grey Room
Stage Managed by Ryan Meyer, Lighting Design by Eric Buron, Sound Design by Justin Danforth, Projection Design by Phil Sieverding
More about Grey Room:
A Grey Room is a space of potentials in the brain – folds of grey matter working to spark inspiration through rapid-firing neurons. It’s a brain thing.
Our Grey Room is something similar – we’re a collective, trained originally at the Atlantic Theater Company, dedicated to "building events in a space, in collaboration with our audience, which expand the limits of potential realities by way of experiences you can't have anywhere else or ever again."
For us, each and every space we work in, from cramped NYC apartments to traditional theater spaces to Brooklyn co-working offices, is turned into a Grey Room – a space in which inspiration makes room for limitless potential.