Experience Virginia Woolf’s darkly elegant voice in an original stage adaptation of four compelling short stories. Follow her fascinating characters in a quest beyond fact and reason to the rich inner life beneath the routines of our days. Discover theater that brings to life not only the outside world but also the internal experience of a moment — a moment that may recall a catastrophic memory, a passionate longing, a forbidden question or a hidden truth.
Debra Granik ’85 will screen and discuss her best-known work to date – the Oscar-nominated film “Winter’s Bone.” The movie tells the story of a teenage girl struggling to survive in the drug-infested Ozark Mountains while searching for her missing father. Granik will take questions from the audience after the screening. This event is sponsored by the Film, Television and Interactive Media Program and the Edie and Lew Wasserman Fund.