ERZSÉBET, THE MONOLOGUE
Erzsébet, a 17th Century Biographical Performance based on the life of Elizabeth Bathory.
Erzsébet goes in records as one of the most significant femicides in history, nevertheless some people created this hearsay for their own convenience. Erzsébet is interpreted as a metaphor to what happens to women in political and powerful positions and the double standard to which they are held.
Staring role visual impaired artist Krishna Washburn.
An intimate encounter with ERZSÉBET, the Countess Elizabeth Bathory.
Premiere at NY Theater Summerfest 2019: August 22nd & 23rd @ 6:15 pm August 24th @ 1:30 pm
40 Min Performance Split Bill Show
Venue: Hudson Guild Theater | NYTheaterSummerFest
Hudson Guild Theater 441W 26th St Map
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