Join us for our next Ethel Woolson Lab reading: THE NIGHTINGALE ROSE or THE BITCH OF BALACLAVA by Patricia Henritze! Moving seamlessly between the devastation of the Crimean War and the luxuries of Victorian London, this play explores the inner life of one of history’s most renowned women. Florence Nightingale restlessly inhabits a world where she heals the sick, challenges the powerful and discovers the limits of her own brilliance. Directed by Elisa Carlson, with Rachel Garner, Alex Bond*, Brian Kurlander *, and Bobby Labartino. Dramaturgy by Michael Evenden $10 at the door About the Ethel Woolson Lab: Each year, up to four plays by WTP affiliate playwrights are competitively selected by an outside panel to be given readings as part of the Ethel Woolson Lab. Each chosen play/playwright is given a 15- to 30-hour developmental workshop through the course of one week, culminating in a rehearsed, staged reading for the public. Each selected playwright works with WTP’s current dramaturg-in-residence for the EWL, and workshops are lead by the WTP director-in-residence. *These actors appear courtesy of Actors' Equity Association.
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