Don’t be fooled by her genteel name and New England base of operations. As early 20th century poet/playwrights go, Edna St. Vincent Millay was a cynic and a stone-cold killer—metaphorically speaking.
Falconbridge Players presents a dramatic workshop of two of her short plays:
Two Slatterns and a King – Don’t judge a book by its cover. And when someone tells you who they are: believe them.
Aria da Capo – A “bitterly ironic little fantasy” about territory, war, murder, and the quest for life-sustaining macaroons.
Plus selections from her extensive library of poetry.
For fans of Dorothy Parker, non-realism, or mayhem.
Performed live Tuesday May 24 at 7 PM at Dark Horse ArtBar, 756 E. Washington St, Madison WI. Free and open to the public.