Film: The Silent Woman
This new play by Lydia Blaisdell will have its world premiere in the Bluegrass Nov. 5-7, in four performances at Lexington's Downtown Arts Center. "The Silent Woman" tells the strange, true tale of a painter living with an effigy of his ex-lover in 1919 Germany. "'The Silent Woman' is a deeply assured work, funny and strange and beautiful in turns. It will make a thrilling production," said acclaimed playwright Carson Kreitzer. Independently produced by Eric Seale, in collaboration with Kentucky Women Writers Conference and the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences, "The Silent Woman" features Bethany Finley as the maid Hulda, Darius Fatemi as the painter Oskar, and Bob Singleton as the butler, the coachman who courts Hulda, and the policeman.
Exhibit: November 5-7
Time: Thursday and Friday, 7:30PM | Saturday, 2 and 7:30PM
Tickets: $10-$15 BUY NOW
Location: Downtown Arts Center, 141 East Main street
Facebook: A Silent Woman
For more information call 859-425-2550 or visit LexingtonKY.gov/DAC