The Glaspell Project
September 28 - October 07, 2018
by Susan Glaspell
The Glaspell Project consists of two one-act plays by Susan Glaspell: Trifles (1916) and Woman’s Honor (1918). Glaspell was a co-founder of the Provincetown Players, a source for new plays and playwrights in the early the 20th century. Trifles was inspired by a murder trial. It centers on two women who understand their neighbor better than the men investigating her crime. Woman’s Honor is a satirical comedy exploring the hypocrisy surrounding the concept of protecting a woman’s honor.
Late seating is subject to availability and is not guaranteed. Patrons arriving after the start of the performance will be seated at the first available opportunity at the discretion of the house manager.
Children under the age of six are not permitted in the theatre, except for productions identified as “theatre for youth”. Each individual attending the performance must have a ticket.
$20 General, $17 Students/Seniors
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