Mia Barron, last seen on Broadway in Tom Stoppard's Tony Award-winning Best Play The Coast of Utopia, and stage and television's Darren Pettie will head up the eight-member cast as Hillary and Bill Clinton. Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom, and Aphrodite, the goddess of love, have been at war since time immemorial. When a young girl named Hillary Rodham devotes herself to Athena alone spurning romance, makeup, and attractive hairstyles Aphrodite takes revenge by having her fall in love with a man of mythical charm and appetites: Bill Clinton. New Georges first presented "HILLARY" at The Public Theater last December in a two-performance workshop presentation.
About the Company: New Georges
New Georges (Susan Bernfield, Artistic Director; Sarah Cameron Sunde, Associate Director) the OBIE-winning theater company founded in 1992 produces highly theatrical new works by women.
Monday night performances and Wednesday, November 26 are "pay'what'you'will" at the door only. TDF vouchers will be acccepted.
Wednesdays through Mondays at 8:00pm (Opening Night, Nov 24, will be at 7:00pm)
Theater: Living Theatre
Address: 21 Clinton Street
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Houston Street Bus M21 Avenue B bus M9 Subway: F train to "2nd Avenue" (exit front of train on 1st Ave; walk east along Houston) or F train to "Delancey Street"
Cost:$20, Students and seniors are $18
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Faith O'Gorman - Irish born Faith O’Gorman was educated in the west of Ireland and has been acting since the age of ten. Classically trained at the Leinster school of Drama, she has always leaned toward the tragic-comic appeal of Irish writers, including Friel, Shaw and O’Casey. She worked in Chicago for many years and found success in commercials, film and voiceover. She has returned to the stage here in New York, playing Kate in The Taming of the Shrew at Bard at the Bar and Portia in The Merchant of Venice. Faith has also done under 5’s at Guiding Light. She is very happy to return to the team at Phare Play and welcomes the challenge of a day long production.