Inland Sea Fall 2011

This is the U.S. premiere of MacArthur "genius" playwright Naomi Wallace's play about 1760s rural England:  the landed gentry want the landscape to look just so, and the peasants who will be displaced to make the perfect views start to feel their collective strength in numbers.  The play pits class against class, man against woman, living against dead -- in Wallace's evocative language, provocative scenes, and vision of complex hope. 

Inland Sea

Fall 2011
by Naomi Wallace

DIRECTED BY BETH CLEARY
DESIGNED BY TOM BARRETT