I’m opening Dana Leslie Goldstein’s new play, DAUGHTERS OF THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION, on the Mainstage at WorkShop in a few weeks. Set against the 70’s backdrop of post-Nixon America, three women face interconnected, ethical dilemmas, and question what it means to be faithful—to one’s values, one’s partner . . . and one’s self. Hope you can attend!
DAUGHTERS OF THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION
1976 wasn’t just our Bicentennial.
Written by Dana Leslie Goldstein
Directed by Susanna Frazer
September 18 – October 11
Thursdays at 7pm
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 3pm
General Admission: $18; Students/Seniors: $15
Greg Oliver Bodine*, Luke Hofmaier*, Alyson Lange*
Laurie Schroeder*, Michael Selkirk* & Christine Verleny
(* member AEA)
On the Mainstage
WorkShop Theater Company
312 West 36th Street, 4th floor
Subway: A/C/E to W. 34 St.