by Caryl Churchill, directed by Tamiko Washington
College of Performing Arts
Department of Theatre at the College of Performing Arts
This exciting early play by an acclaimed Obie Award-winning author was created in association with a British feminist theatre which requested a play about witches. It tells the story of two farm women who are named as witches by a man whom they have spurned sexually. The connection between fear of female sexuality and witch hysteria is shown to be at the root of many of society’s problems.
$20 general admission; $15 senior citizens, alumni and non-Chapman students; $10 Chapman Students, Staff, and Faculty