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David Mamet’s ‘Four American Women’
April 28 - May 9
Great Barrington Public Theater presents a virtual performance of David Mamet’s new monologues, Four American Women.
Stage and screen actors Rebecca Pidgeon, Heidi Sulzman and Yolonda Ross perform as four women, an aviator, a doctor, an attorney and a journaist, who live with bravery, will and logic.
“Beverly Wilshire Hotel. His shoes fit. I took his shoes.” An Aviator
The benefit program also supports the company’s plans for the upcoming, on-stage summer season, dependent on Covid protocols, with full expectations to bring the lights up on the East Coast premiere of David Mamet’s newest ensemble work, The Christopher Boy’s Communion, originally slated but cancelled last season.The 2021 season will also bring two world premiere plays by two familiar and popular Berkshireplaywrights, and the Wet Ink series, previewing several new full-length and solo works Great Barrington Public Theater has waiting in the wings.
Great Barrington Public Theater opens the 2021 season with a play-length series of brand-new monologues by David Mamet that deliver intrinsic American voices and stories in the words of two famous and two anonymous women. The on-camera, solo performances are self-recorded, allowing audiences and artists to come together remotely to bring four distinct women to life.
This is an Equity Stage Actors performance, so the number of screen views is limited.