BWW Preview: DRAMA DOGS PRESENTS: FROM EVE'S FAIR HAND at Faulkner Gallery, SB Public Library
Celebrate Women's History Month with a staged reading of From Eve's Fair Hand at the Faulkner Gallery! Written by Jinny Webber and Terre Ouwehand, and produced by DramaDogs, From Eve's Fair Hand introduces audiences to important women of history through lyrical narrative and music.
From Eve's Fair Hand presents a collaborative performance in an intimate space meant to inspire active engagement from the audience. The show is a proud declaration of the female experience, and it considers viewpoints from a variety of eras throughout history. The characters presenting their accounts include artists, creators, and innovators, like Gertrude Stein and Virginia Wolff. The production considers the experience of woman dating all the way back to the Eve, the mother of all humanity in the Judeo-Christian creation myth.
This staged reading is an example of a conversational presentation: the work is meant to inform, entertain, and inspire deeper consideration from the audience, while still providing the performance physicality of DramaDogs' movement-based, "theatre from the inside out" style.
Spend Sunday afternoon in the library getting to know women who've inspired fascination. Featuring Ken Gilbert, E. Bonnie Lewis, Ming Laren Holden, Leslie Gangle Howe, and Josh Jenkins (music).
From Eve's Fair Hand
Sunday, March 12, 3 pm
Faulkner Gallery, SB Public Library