Edith

The Yale Dramatic Association Spring Ex

by Noah T. Parnes

a salt shaker reading "Edith"

Content Warning: This play includes references to sexual assault.

While introducing their significant other to their parents, a person’s concept of reality is thrown into chaos when a giant pillar of salt–that says she’s Lot’s wife from the Bible??–comes crashing into the living room. While an impending civil war sits pretty on the horizon and two angels attempt to quell the madness, the pillar of salt threatens the very fabric of the play with her impossible presence and, unexpectedly, her call to action. Interrogating the murky borders between obedience and disobedience, Edith asks us how to dismantle the status quo through unconventional storytelling and a fundamentally queer lens, inviting us to turn around and see joy in the carnage.

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Performance Dates & Times

March 31, 2022 - 8:00pm

April 1, 2022 - 8:00pm

April 2, 2022 - 2:00pm

April 2, 2022 - 8:00pm

Location

Yale Repertory Theatre

Venue Accessibility: 
Building is accessible via an elevator entrance around the left side of the building. Travel between the orchestra level and the lobby and facilities is accessible via the same elevator.

Reservations

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Patron Information

This performance is only open to asymptomatic vaccinated audience members. Front of House Staff will be checking IDs and proof of COVID vaccination at the door. Be sure to arrive at the venue at least 20 minutes before performance start time.

Production Team

Playwright
Director
Producer
Stage Manager
Assistant
Director
Assistant
Director
Sound Designer
Choreographer
Lighting Designer
Dramaturg
Makeup Artist
Sound Engineer
Akeel Vitarana