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Into the Dollhouse
Arena Stage

Thu, 11/08/2012 (All day) - Sun, 11/11/2012 (All day)

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[Theater]
Into the Dollhouse

Where  |Arena Stage
Washington, DC

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We are so psyched to bring "Into the Dollhouse" back! "Into the Dollhouse" will be one of the double features in the inaugural Kogod Cradle Series at the Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theatre (with dog & pony dc’s “A Killing Game”).
TH 11/8 at 8:00pm
FR 11/9 at 8:00pm
SA 11/10 at 8:00pm
SU 11/11 at 7:00pm
Info & Tix and available here:
http://www.banishedproductions.org/dollhouse/

ABOUT THE SHOW: Drawing inspiration from Meredith Monk’s cyclical-and-ritual-driven “Education of the Girl Child”, Charles Mee’s “Salome”, and Anna Halprin’s “Parades and Changes”, "Into the Dollhouse" languorously asks: Who did we think we would become? Will we ever get there? What rituals have left an imprint in our journey? The piece continues banished?'s signature of using the stage as a canvas on which to immerse audiences in their collaborative hybrid theatre form using narrative, dance, text, music and sculpture.

ABOUT THE ARENA STAGE CRADLE SERIES: The Cradle Series supports the exploration and development of new and emerging work in the Kogod Cradle with visiting companies, artists and ensembles. Focusing on the development of new plays and devised work by artists from throughout Greater Washington and around the country, this series of readings and workshops invites artists and audiences to explore the development process and allows artists and audiences to participate who otherwise might not be able to easily access Arena Stage. This series also supports the development of local artists and seeks to further develop our local talent pool of playwrights, actors and directors here in Greater Washington.

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