Margaret Atwood’s “Good Bones & Simple Murders” in Nyack

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Margaret Atwood’s

Good Bones & Simple Murders

In a new stage adaptation by Eileen Glenn

Be the first to see this evening of sometimes whimsical, occasionally frightening, and always perceptive observations on life from a woman’s point of view.  Atwood’s sly eye and caustic wit make her work a natural for performance and Eileen Glenn’s singular mix of southern wryness and cosmopolitan smarts make her a natural Atwood interpreter.  Adapted by Eileen Glenn and directed by Karen Case Cook.

“Glenn becomes a stunning theatrical representation of Atwood’s voice….. a soul satisfying literary feast!”   –Chicago Tribune

“An enticing portrait… On top of every mood and moment, Glenn makes Atwood’s many voices matter.”  -Chicago Sun Times

IN NYACK

Saturday, February 23 @ 2pm Nyack Library, 59 S. Broadway, Nyack,  NY 

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  • February 21, 2019 7:00 PM - February 21, 2019 9:00 PM

    Margaret Atwood’s

    Good Bones & Simple Murders

    In a new stage adaptation by Eileen Glenn

    Be the first to see this evening of sometimes whimsical, occasionally frightening, and always perceptive observations on life from a woman’s point of view.  Atwood’s sly eye and caustic wit make her work a natural for performance and Eileen Glenn’s singular mix of southern wryness and cosmopolitan smarts make her a natural Atwood interpreter.  Adapted by Eileen Glenn and directed by Karen Case Cook.

    “Glenn becomes a stunning theatrical representation of Atwood’s voice….. a soul satisfying literary feast!”   –Chicago Tribune

    “An enticing portrait… On top of every mood and moment, Glenn makes Atwood’s many voices matter.”  -Chicago Sun Times

     

    Thursday February 21 and Friday February 22 @ 7:00 pm @ Downtown Arts 70 East 4thStreet

  • February 22, 2019 7:00 PM - February 22, 2019 9:00 PM

    Margaret Atwood’s

    Good Bones & Simple Murders

    In a new stage adaptation by Eileen Glenn

    Be the first to see this evening of sometimes whimsical, occasionally frightening, and always perceptive observations on life from a woman’s point of view.  Atwood’s sly eye and caustic wit make her work a natural for performance and Eileen Glenn’s singular mix of southern wryness and cosmopolitan smarts make her a natural Atwood interpreter.  Adapted by Eileen Glenn and directed by Karen Case Cook.

    “Glenn becomes a stunning theatrical representation of Atwood’s voice….. a soul satisfying literary feast!”   –Chicago Tribune

    “An enticing portrait… On top of every mood and moment, Glenn makes Atwood’s many voices matter.”  -Chicago Sun Times

     

    Thursday February 21 and Friday February 22 @ 7:00 pm @ Downtown Arts 70 East 4thStreet

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