FREUD'S WOMEN - by Savyon Liebrecht
Boston Playwrights' Theatre and Israeli Stage are proud to host award-winning playwright Savyon Liebrecht for the World Premiere of Freud’s Women! The play revolves around the women in Sigmund Freud’s life and the irregularities of his relationship with his wife, his sister-in-law (with whom he would go on vacation) and his daughter, Anna Freud. The workshop and performance are sponsored in part by Boston University’s Jewish Cultural Endowment, Elie Wiesel Center for Judaic Studies, BU Arts Initiative, Hebrew Program, Modern Languages Department, Boston Playwright’s Theatre and Women, Gender and Sexuality Department. Special thanks to Matt Lebovic and Matt Hoffman (CJP), Lihi Benisty (StandWithUs), Abigail Gillman (Modern Languages), Michael Zank and Diane Brosgol (Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies), Kate Snodgrass (BPT), Ty Furman (BU Arts Initiative), and Mira Angrist (BU Hebrew Department) who have been instrumental in making this project a reality. Free and open to the public.
7:00pm on Sunday, March 30th 2014
Boston Playwrights' Theatre - 949 Commonwealth Ave