Directed by Natalia Gleason
With Erika Chamblee
“Where does the light come from when it’s dark?” asks Bernadette, a fierce, bi-racial orphan girl who has survived abandon-ment at birth, abuse by institutions, and being marginalized by her society. Inspired by true events, this empowering coming of age story follows Bernadette as she conjures love, purpose, and hope from a barren landscape. This harrowing, hyper-poetic play explores how the most vulnerable need to become the most resilient.
Experience the DC premiere of this contemporary Hungarian - Romanian play which brings together a new, dynamic ensemble of local and international theater artists. Join us to meet playwright Andras Visky, the Tennessee Williams of Transylvania, who will be in attendance at select performances.
For tickets call 1-800-838-3006