(presented by 2019 FRIGID Festival & Midtwenties Theatre Society)
Dates: February 23rd - March 7th, 2019
PERFORMANCE TIMES: Saturday Feb 23rd @ 5:00pm, Wednesday Feb 27th @ 7:10pm, Thursday Feb 28th @ 8:50pm, Sunday March 3rd @ 12:10pm, Tuesday March 5th @ 10:30pm, and Thursday March 7th @ 7:10pm
VENUE: The Kraine Theatre | 85 East 4th Street, NY 10003 | First Floor, no wheelchair access
Tickets are available online at www.horsetrade.info and www.mtstheatre.com
Regular Price: $20 ($15 Students/Senior/Military - with ID)
(New York, NY) - 2019 FRIGID Festival and Midtwenties Theatre Society is thrilled to present Persephone’s Cave, a full-length original play, from February 23rd to March 7th at the Kraine Theatre!
Set in Present Day Vancouver, "Persephone's Cave" tells the story of two outcast adolescents named Persephone (Aspiring filmmaker) and Hayden (Aspiring poet) who have chosen to escape the world by locking themselves away from the rest of society, for the rest of their lives, in the projector room of an old cinematheque.
An intimate drama that simultaneously embraces the claustrophobic minimalism of Beckett and the sprawling naturalism of Strindberg. Angsty monologues, metaphorical soliloquys, and bold chemistry come together in this first-ever international premiere of a Midtwenties Theatre original written by BEAU HAN BRIDGE and performed by talented Midtwenties Theatre Repertoire player SHELBY SATTERTHWAITE.
Playwright: Beau Han Bridge
Director/Dramaturg: Shelby Satterthwaite
Featuring: Beau Han Bridge & Shelby Satterthwaite
Playwright Bio: Beau Han Bridge
Beau Han Bridge is a Chinese-Canadian director, writer, and actor that resides in Vancouver, British Columbia. In 2017, he created Midtwenties Theatre Society, a non-profit theatre company, to produce original plays that focus on adolescent stories and coming-of-age themes. He directed the company’s first two original productions of Above The Hospital and Molly Misbegotten (both penned by him) to critical acclaim and his work has received regular press coverage from several national media outlets and newspapers, including CBC and The Vancouver Sun. He has also produced several short films, one micro- budget feature-film, and is a regular actor with small-role appearances in CW’s Izombie (2019), Netflix’s adaptation of Death Note (2017), and CBC’s The Romeo Section (2016).