Dec 10

Bingo

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The Glicker-Milstein Theatre, The Diana Center, LL200
  • Add to Calendar 2015-12-10 04:00:00 2015-12-12 04:00:00 Bingo “To have usurped the place of god, and lied...” In his final days, Shakespeare measures the value of writing against the grim reality surrounding his Stratford garden: a vagrant girl rotting on the gibbet for the crime of looking for work; wealthy landowners like himself seeking the security of increased profit that impoverishes their tenants; a family who hates him for his emotional absence and neglect. Written by the great political dramatist of modern England, Edward Bond, Bingo explores the costs—physical, economic, human—of a life in art. Tickets $10/$5 with BC/CUID   The Glicker-Milstein Theatre, The Diana Center, LL200 Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

“To have usurped the place of god, and lied...” In his final days, Shakespeare measures the value of writing against the grim reality surrounding his Stratford garden: a vagrant girl rotting on the gibbet for the crime of looking for work; wealthy landowners like himself seeking the security of increased profit that impoverishes their tenants; a family who hates him for his emotional absence and neglect. Written by the great political dramatist of modern England, Edward Bond, Bingo explores the costs—physical, economic, human—of a life in art.

Tickets
$10/$5 with BC/CUID