Thursday, April 3 at 7:30pm
UAlbany Performing Arts Center
1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY
Staged Reading: Everywoman
Should a woman’s life stop just because she’s giving birth? Time and space collide in WAM Theatre’s staged reading of Carolyn Yalkut’s one-act play that debates global as well as personal catastrophe in women’s lives everywhere. The classic quandary of being a woman is explored in this light-hearted, innovative and poignant tragicomedy that reaches across generations.
Advance tickets: $5 general public , $3 students, seniors & UAlbany faculty-staff Call (518) 442-3997 to reserve.
Day of show tickets: $8 general public , $6 students, seniors & UAlbany faculty-staff
Presented by the UAlbany Performing Arts Center in conjunction with the Department of Theatre. Support provided by the Office of Intercultural Student Engagement and Diversity Transformation Fund, administered through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Graphic design by Kim Engel.
Joan Coombs (Shakespeare & Company, WAM Theatre)
Jennie M. Jadow (Shakespeare & Company)
Brittany Morgan* (Shakespeare & Company)
Erin Ouellette (WAM Theatre, Hubbard Hall)
Yvonne Perry* (Capital Repertory Theatre, Saratoga Shakespeare)
Eileen Schuyler* (Capital Repertory Theatre, NYSTI)
Erica Tryon* (Capital Repertory Theatre)
Lexis Green (SUNY Albany Student)
Ellen Liebenthal (SUNY Albany Student)
Lisa Warner (SUNY Albany Student)
Leanne Wilensky (SUNY Albany Student)
Shannon McManus (Stage Manager, SUNY Albany Student)
*Appearing Courtesy of Actor’s Equity Association
CAROLYN YALKUT’s work for the stage includes Big Boy (at the Syracuse Civic Center) and A Daughter is Not a Father is Not a Lover (at the Minor Latham Playhouse in New York City). A winner of the Machlachlan Prize for Poetry, and a former magazine editor in New York City and Washington, DC, she recently conducted research in Italy and France for her next play, Bastards — in which Giuseppe Verdi, Arthur Miller, and Peter Abelard meet. Her scholarly work explores the synergy between journalism and literature, and she teaches drama, film, and literature at the University at Albany.