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Synopsis
Having emerged in the art world during the Abstract Expressionist movement, Nevelson utilized found materials from urban debris to create innovative sculptural environments. The stories her work told evoked her background as a Jewish immigrant from Russia, her artistic training in New York and Germany, and as a successful woman in a male-dominated medium. Determined to be seen and heard, ever struggling under the shadow of men during her time, she muses on her sordid past in Edward Albee’s poignant work about his friend, one of the most singular sculptors of the 20th century.
Martha Hackett (Star Trek: Voyager) and James Liebman (Masters of Sex) will star in one of the last plays written by Pulitzer Prize and Tony-winning playwright, Edward Albee.
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Garry Marshall Theatre
4252 W Riverside Dr
BurbankCA 91505
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Recommended for ages 18 and up. Intended for an adult audience, may contain adult language and situations.