Joy with Wings: A Daughter's Tale -- One Woman's Journey
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The last date listed for Joy with Wings: A Daughter's Tale was Thursday October 6, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Liberal-leaning artist Nicole and her conservative Republican boyfriend Mark are struggling to make their relationship work in the Age of the Emoticon. Writer-director Allen Barton's world-premiere drama takes aim at our social media-obsessed society while highlighting in horrifying detail the decline of human communication. Listen, relate and laugh at this talented cast of passionate and flawed characters, as one rants about the growing infrequency of face-to-face interaction and another complains about being unfriended on MySpace. Learn More
Written and Performed by Becky Parker
Music by John Geist
After a devastating death, can a once-happy family find its way past mutual blame?
Travel through the delights and occasional mishaps of a child’s worldview, tumble into a young adult’s view of her family falling apart and finally land in the world of the grounded woman of today. Her deep understanding of her mother’s love and her own love as a mother embraces her very approach to life, encapsulated like her beloved chrysalis and its emerging butterfly. The resulting pilgimage of self-understanding and acceptance takes the audience on a journey of laughter, music and poignant reflection.
About the Ticket Supplier: Chaucer TheatreThe mission of Geoffrey Chaucer & Co. is to bring the riches and depth of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales to the widest audiences possible through performances that exemplify the highest artistic qualities.
Geoffrey Chaucer & Co. is a not-for-profit organization.
Geoffrey Chaucer & Co. is dedicated to touching the lives and spirits of audiences around the world by bringing to life on stage the Canterbury Tales, making accessible some of the greatest cultural gifts of the English language, rich in wisdom, history, philosophy, and ethics. As a non-profit classical theatre company, Geoffrey Chaucer & Co. stages Chaucer's masterpieces, superb theatrical explorations of the human comedy and condition, in modern translation with original music.