June 9 at 7:00pm
June 10 at 2:00pm
June 10 at 7:00pm
HB Playwrights Theatre
124 Bank Street, New York
Seating is Limited. RSVP today!
Generations of family secrets and trauma erupt, leading four generations of Greek women to draw upon the courage of their ancestors whose historical defiant act of bravery help them break their silence.
MARIA COMINIS a first-generation Greek American, an accomplished actor in both theatre and television and a published author and playwright. Women of Zalongo, was a Semi-finalist, at the Eugene O’Neil National Playwright’s Conference, ’22 and the Bay Area Playwright’s festival ’20 and the recipient of the National Endowment of the Arts Grants for Arts Projects 2022. HB Studio was her first creative home as a student and teacher under the tutelage of Uta Hagen so returning to develop her play feel like a full circle. Television Credits: Hacks, New Girl, Desperate Housewives, All My Children, One Life to Live. Theatre: Bernarda Alba, The Diviners, The Sea Gull, Ivanov. She is a published author with Routledge and Kendall Hunt Publishing.
HB Studio is dedicated to training and practice for the theater, and seeks to provide a commerce-free environment for the nurturing and growth of theater artists. In pursuit of this goal, HB offers five one-week Rehearsal Space Residencies each year for the development of creative projects. The HB Rehearsal Space Residency is an opportunity for practicing theater artists to collaborate on experimental projects, develop new work, and share workshop presentations among peers and colleagues, for constructive critical feedback and mutual growth. The Rehearsal Space Residency is an open opportunity; you do not have to be affiliated with HB Studio to apply. However we do ask that our resident artists work with us to engage with our community of students and faculty while in residence at HB. For more information on our HB Residencies. Click here.
This program is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and many generous supporters.