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SHINING DAYS Comes to Love Street Theatre 6/17 Thru 6/28

Love Street Theatre presents Shining Days by Julie S. Halpern, a new play about The Golden Dawn.

The Golden Dawn, an elite, occult society which flourished in Victorian London, included in it's membership many of the finest artists and literary figures of the period: W.B. Yeats, poet, playwright, senator, and co-founder of The Abbey Theatre; Florence Farr Emery, celebrated actress known for creating many of G.B. Shaw's most enduring heroines and premiering Ibsen's plays in London; Maud Gonne McBride, fiery Irish activist, artist, and beloved of Yeats; Annie Horniman, painter, costume designer, and one of the first female theatrical managers in Europe; MacGregor Mathers, considered the father of the modern metaphysical movement, and his enigmatic artist wife Moina. Glamorous, charismatic and talented, all believed that their study of metaphysics and psychic phenomena enhanced their talents.

Performances are June 17-June 28. Thursday-Sat@8pm, Sat. mats@2pm, and Sun. matinees @4pm. At the Producers Club Theatre- Royal. Seating is extremely limited, so please make reservations early. All seats are $18.00 and may be purchased through Theatermania at www.theatermania.com, 212-352-3101.

 


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