BPT Talks About Design: BEASTS by Cayenne Douglass

Directed by Kelly Galvin with assistant director Kolton Bradley Scenic design by Marina Sartori Costume design by Cortnie Beatty Lighting design by Kayleigha Zawacki BPT Talks About Design is a conversation series that focuses on the contributions of designers to new plays in process. About the play: BEASTS is a character-driven play that explores the chaos of American womanhood through the dark underbelly of a relationship between Fran, a pregnant suburbanite, and her older sister Judy, an irreverent artist with a propensity for disruption. When Judy hears that Fran’s husband Jim is on a business trip, she decides to pay Fran a visit. The friction between these siblings is palpable and only continues to intensify as Judy unearths confounding secrets and infringes upon the relationship that Fran has with her Doula Amelia, an elitist earth mama who’s been Fran’s only female friend since relocating back East. As their environment starts to mirror the anarchy of their psychological labyrinthine world, form and logic disintegrate into another realm as Fran and Judy unwittingly fight through pain to arrive at a crystallizing moment of realization. From wherever you are, via the videoconferencing tool Zoom. Audiences will need to download the free Zoom app to participate, and it is recommended they call in a few minutes before “curtain” time. Full schedule and Zoom links available on the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre website: http://www.BostonPlaywrights.org

When 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Contact Email newplays@bu.edu
Contact Organization Boston Playwrights’ Theatre
Fees Free