by Eleanor Burgess • Directed by Moritz von Stueplnagel
An intergenerational drama of lyricism and wit. When Annabel Foley refuses treatment after a stroke, her estranged daughter Helen bribes the beloved granddaughter Madison - a semi-employed musician from Brooklyn – to take on the role of caregiver. But as Annabel inches towards recovery, Madison confronts Helen’s indomitable will and her own millennial ambivalence. Haunted by plaintive sea shanties, playwright Eleanor Burgess’ new play All Times examines three generations of New England women.
Featuring Emma Galvin*, Liz Morgan*, Dee Nelson*, Anne Scurria*, Jonathan Hogan*, Rajesh Bose*, and Celeste Oliver*.
Eleanor Burgess' play Mocha was produced this January at the Last Act Theatre Company as part of Austin's FronteraFest. She has also worked with the Vineyard Theatre, New Georges, Broad Horizons, Reverie Productions, and the One Minute Play Festival. She has been a Huntington Playwriting Fellow and a member of the writers' group at the Arcola Theatre in London. She is currently pursuing an MFA in dramatic writing at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
(As of June 2014)
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