Part of the Ruth Easton New Play Series.
Three Quarter Inches of Sky
by Playwrights’ Center Core Writer Sherry Kramer
The play is a meditation about memory—how we make it, how it makes us. It also is in conversation with our new technologically mediated selves. We are filled with vivid, tender, heartbreaking, exciting memories that aren’t actually ours, but look and feel like they are. We have an intimate relationship with wraiths. It’s changed the way we dream. It’s changed the way our dreams shape us. And it’s changed the world.
Monday, February 5, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Director: Madge Darlington
Scenic design consultant: Christopher Heilman
Cast: Barbara Chisholm*, Jim Lichtscheidl*, and Sophina Saggau
*Member of Actors' Equity Association
FROM SHERRY: “One of the mysteries I’ve been trying to understand my whole life is how the small is so big in our lives. Folded into that mystery is my longing to sing about the mythic ways compassion and care make heroes of a hundred million people every day. Add in my fascination with our new primal—and often primary—relationship with the vivid lives we co-inhabit when we turn our gaze to our screens? That’s this play.” Read an interview with Sherry »
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