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Photo by Benjamin Rose. This deep into the pandemic, most members of the BU community are familiar with hybrid classes. I miss seeing smiles. But this summer is different; they both must learn how to deal with loss. Both actors are masked. The production, recommended for ages six-plus, is free, but you must make a reservation ahead. Even without the pandemic, Walking the Tightrope would be a little different from most WFT productions.
She really is the director of her own story. Continuity is very important to Esme—she knows what things stay the same and what things change over time. And she is hetrong and she is bold! And she wants to tell this story in a way that honors the people she loves. Check out this behind the scenes look at Walking the Tightrope. Courtesy of WFT. Sofie, she says, is the one who takes care of things in the house that break, mows the lawn, those kinds of tasks, and Queenie was the one who did the cooking and more domestic chores.
To Vargas, the play is about understanding how different generations can learn from one another. RSVP here to attend.
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Statistics or facts must include a citation or a link to the citation. Very interesting—I look forward to viewing a story that values the importance of the imagination. This looks like a production that the masterful and imaginative Yo-EL Cassell, a BU Faculty member, would tackle and take on and I am surprised he is not directing this one His Gooney Bird Greene a few years ago at Wheelock is still my above and beyond all time favorite at Wheelock. Nonetheless, I am excited to see it.
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