Tuesday, July 17 @ 7:30pm | FREE ADMISSION
Written by Carol Churchill | Directed by Judy Braha
In Escaped Alone, four older women gather in a backyard to sip tea, express their fears, longings and unpack life as they see it, inside and outside the back fence.
The play ” is a light-on-its-feet, elliptical view of apocalypse. It runs for less than an hour… This is fantasy intricately wired into current politics. It is intimate and vast. Domestic and wild…” – The Guardian
Judy Braha (Director) has been a director, actor, teacher and arts advocate in New England for over three decades. Head of the M.F.A. Directing Program at Boston University’s School of Theater, her teaching, directing and guest artist credits include theaters and universities throughout New England and beyond. Judy has also collaborated with the BU Prison Education program in Andre De Quadros’ groundbreaking class, EMPOWERING SONG and helped to create the BU College of Fine Arts Collaborative Arts Incubator. Recent directing credits include: GOLDA’S BALCONY (NEW REP), TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (GSC), EMILIE: LA MARQUISE DU CHATELET DEFENDS HER LIFE TONITE (CST), OUR CLASS (BCAP), I AM LEAR, a devised piece on aging (ASP).