Epic Theatre Company presents The Edge of Our Bodies, by Adam Rapp
The Edge of Our Bodies has been described as “a young woman’s intimate journey punctuated by both her need to be heard and an aching desire to disappear.” In Adam Rapp’s one-woman piece, 16-year-old Bernadette travels from her boarding school in Connecticut to New York to tell her boyfriend some significant news. Her musings along the way make for an engrossing and eloquent theatrical experience. Allison Crews stars; Cassie Alley directs Epic Theatre Company’s production at the Zabinski Studio in the Hope Artiste Village, 999 Main St, Pawtucket (tonight + the 12th + 16th + 18th + 19th at 8 pm + the 13th at 7 pm) | $15, $12 students | facebook.com/pages/Epic-Theatre-Company/185936844864576
A solo performance by Allison Crews "about a young girl who travels from her boarding school in Connecticut to New York to tell her boyfriend that she's pregnant, but that she's not sure she can keep the baby. Along the way, she has several interactions that challenge her idea of life and death"