BY WENDY WASSERSTEIN
7 JUNE – 8 JULY
A coming-of-age story that charts the changing role of women in society and the evolution of the ‘baby boomers’ who rebelled in the 1960s, became the ‘me-generation’ of the 1970s and embraced ‘greed is good’ in the 1980s..
Across three decades and four cities, Heidi and her friends – male and female, gay and straight – search for political, professional and personal fulfilment as youthful idealism sours, careers surge, relationships break down and biological clocks start ticking.
Inspired by Kennedy, disillusioned by Nixon and corrupted by Reagan, in the end they come to realize that the fight for what you believe can only take you so far and that liberation lies in being true to yourself.
Wendy Wasserstein’s funny, touching, insightful elegy for her own lost generation and their often fraught relationship with feminism broke new ground in the presentation of women’s stories on stage. +PRESS +PICS
“To have a play on Broadway about the change that a woman goes through in her life … this is a revolution in itself” Gloria Steinem
Director Alice Livingstone
Assistant Director/Vocal Coach Emma Louise
Set Designer David Marshall-Martin
Lighting Designer Louise Mason
Costume Designer Famke Visser
Sound Designer Michael Huxley
Assistant Sound Designer Luisa May
Choreographer Trent Kidd
Projections Michael Huxley, Luisa May
Production Manager/Co-Stage Manager Jo Jewitt
Co- Stage Manager Joan Cameron-Smith
Assistant Stage Manager/Production Assistant Keziah Knight
Sarah Aubrey, Matt Charleston, Lauren Dillon, Carolin Levien, Olivia O’Flynn, Amelia Robertson-Cuninghame, Darren Sabadina, Benjamin Winckle
Previews Tue 7 & Wed 8 Jun, 7:30pm
Thu – Sat 7:30pm, Sun 5pm
Final performance, Sat 8 Jul 5pm
Full $32 | Concession $27 | Groups (10+) $27 | Members $22 | Previews $17 | Student Rush $17 | Thrifty Thursdays $17