A PLAY ABOUT A HANDKERCHIEF
by Paula Vogel
May 19 - June 11
at the Capitol hill arts workshop
The world’s a huge thing. It is a great price for a small vice.
The three female characters from Shakespeare's Othello tackle friendship, relationships, sex, and liberation in the back room of the castle while the story of Othello (and its dire consequences) unfolds around them. Told through a third-wave feminist lens, this raunchy romp through feminism is a hilarious and poignant delight.
Featuring original music from Manuela Osorio
Can't join us at the theatre? No worries! You can stream Desdemona: A Play About a Handkerchief. Streaming will be available through the evening of Sunday June 12. Tickets available HERE.
This production contains descriptions and "play acting" of sexual acts, implied intimate partner violence, and racial micro-aggressions. It may not be suitable for audiences under 16.
& Manuela Osorio on violin
Kerry McGee & Emilia Pazniokas
Debora Crabbe & Jon Reynolds (producing)
Rachel Dixon & Makenzi Wentela (stage management)
Jason Aufdem-Brinke (lights)
Ivania Stack (costumes)
Ellys Abrams (assistant costumes)
Emily Sucher (intimacy)
Jon Reynolds (set)
Louis E. Davis (sound)
Rose Talbot (props)
Aria Velz (dramaturgy)
Stefany Pesta (graphic design)
Rachel Dixon (production management)
Robert Pike (videography)
Mariah Miranda (photography)
View our digital program
Audiences must provide proof of vaccination and take a temperature check upon entering the venue. All audience members must remain masked throughout the performance.
DESDEMONA, A PLAY ABOUT A HANDKERCHIEF is presented by special arrangement with Broadway Licensing, LLC, servicing the Dramatists Play Service collection. (www.dramatists.com)