Loneliness and disconnection from the natural world are key themes in this poetic piece by Obie-award winning playwright Caridad Svich. Staged with deft minimalism by Amelia Rico, the play re-imagines the Biblical Magdalene as a young sex-worker facing loss, grief, and a desire to transcend reality.

USA, 2021. Main Street Theater. Directed by Amelia Rico. 




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