Hiraeth // Limerence
Hiraeth- a one-woman one-act, tells the tale of an eighteen year old girl working her way through a rough past. It's an uplifting story of the triumph of the creative human spirit over the dismay of things once had but lost. Hiraeth is a Welsh word that means- a homesickness for a home you can't return to, or that never was.
Limerence- a five-woman one-act, is an exploration of friends and acquaintances telling tales from their past and offering each other small bits of wisdom to help them get through whatever they're experiencing. It's a glimpse into the world of true, meaningful, unadulterated friendship. Limerence means- the state of being infatuated or obsessed with another person, typically experienced involuntarily and characterized by a strong desire for reciprocation of one's feelings but not primarily for a sexual relationship.
These two original one-acts, played by a phenomenal cast, will make for a spectacular evening in the intimate black box theater setting of the 13th Street Repertory Theater in Manhattan.
Written, Directed, Produced by Daniel Coyle
Hiraeth stars Ashleigh Kiven and Jing Zhang
Limerence stars Kaitlin De Santis, Michelle Rocco, Patricia Yeazell, Claire Thompson, and Crystal Sharadin
13th Street Repertory Theater (View)
50 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|