Candace onstage performing "Supernova," a monologue about spontaneous human combustion, raging hormones and the practical application of astrophysics in daily life. Part of a recent evening of original works also featuring the storytelling talents of her husband, Mark Woollett and a knockout performance by Claire Sargenti of her new play "Interludes."
Candace will perform three thematically-linked monologues on Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. at The Barrow Group as part of an evening of original works. Her husband Mark Woollett, will also perform his story "4 a.m. at the Omaruru Train Station." And Claire Christine Sargenti will give a workshop performance of her new play, "Interludes." Admission is free and wine and cheese will be served. Details below.
Tuesday, December 3rd, 6:30pm.
The Barrow Group
312 W36th St, 3rd Floor
The first performance of Interludes, written and performed by Claire Christine Sargenti. This is a free workshop performance sponsored by Lee Brock and the Barrow Group. It will be an intimate evening of theater and your feedback will be appreciated!
Interludes is a new play by the young playwright Claire Christine Sargenti. Set in New Orleans, this series of monologues explores the meaning of living and dying as told by the vibrant characters who call this spirited city their home. In a city that is famous for its music, the spoken interludes, reflections, and reactions that occur in between the songs often go unnoticed, but in this case, they make up the entirety of the show. Even though wholly inspired by the city of New Orleans, theses monologues transcend location and reflect the passions found at the root of the human spirit.