Edna St. Vincent Millay Was Working Some Stuff Out

By Edna St. Vincent Millay

Don’t be fooled by her genteel name and New England base of operations. As early 20th century poet/playwrights go, Edna St. Vincent Millay was a cynic and a stone-cold killer—metaphorically speaking.

Falconbridge Players presents a dramatic workshop of two of her short plays:

Two Slatterns and a King – Don’t judge a book by its cover. And when someone tells you who they are: believe them.

Aria da Capo – A “bitterly ironic little fantasy” about territory, war, murder, and the quest for life-sustaining macaroons.

Plus selections from her extensive library of poetry.

For fans of Dorothy Parker, non-realism, or mayhem.

Performed live Tuesday May 24 at 7 PM at Dark Horse ArtBar, 756 E. Washington St, Madison WI. Free and open to the public.

Produced by Falconbridge Players at Dark Horse ArtBar, 756 E. Washington St, Madison WI

Performances: May 24, 2022

Performance Times:
May 24, 7 PM

Free admission

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