The K of D, an urban legend: A Supernatural Solo Show
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Whenever you assume a fake identity, you risk losing the "real" one underneath. This is just one of the mind-bending problems haunting the title character of Miranda, the new play by James Still, three-time nominee for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. In Miranda, a CIA operative who goes by many names is in the midst of what might be deemed an occupational hazard: an existential crisis. Who is she? What's kept her working in the Middle East all these years? And how, exactly, did she find herself directing a production of Othello in Yemen? The answers are as arresting and profound as the questions themselves in the third play of Still's trilogy exploring the effects of 9/11 on one family. Michael Robins directs this piece commissioned by the Illusion Theater. Learn More
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“The virtuoso Ms. Friedman offers a birds-eye view of a tiny cloistered world. And as the multitude of vividly imagined characters burst out of this slight performer, the narrator herself begins to fade into the background, lost in the colorful background of the creepy story, the kind that kids tell around a campfire. It’s a clever trick in a play with many.” —The New York Times
“Calling Friedman’s cracked-mirror performance virtuoso is hardly adequate.” —Seattle Times
Slipping between the psychological and the supernatural, The K of D, an urban legend follows skinny Charlotte McGraw, who develops a set of lethal lips after sharing her twin brother’s dying kiss. Or so people say. Acclaimed actress Renata Friedman tears between over a dozen different characters in this hilariously dark urban legend about a lonely girl and her deadly skill.