Genre: Drama
two short plays by Harold Pinter & Christina Rossetti

"A Kind of Alaska" by Harold Pinter
directed by David Murray Jaffe
Inspired by the work of Dr. Oliver Sacks, A KIND OF ALASKA (1982) is a moving depiction of a woman awakened from many years of a trance-like sleeping sickness. Her doctor and her sister try to help her come to grips with her life and are forced to a realization about their own lives as well.

"Golbin Market" by Christine Rossetti
directed by Marcus Geduld
Rossetti's GOBLIN MARKET (1862) tells the story of a woman who falls under a magic spell -- and of the brave sister who tries to save her.

Open:   02/02/06
Close:   02/25/06

Thursday-Saturday at 8pm
Sunday, February 25th at 2pm
Theater:   78th Street Theatre Lab
Address:   236 W. 78th Street
New York, NY 10024
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Closest subway: 1,9 to 79th Street; walk south to 78th St, east to the theatre

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