"This play is about 4 separate but deeply connected people unfolding into their real selves. Underneath Lucinda's provocative stunts is the growing weariness of performing a happy little life and the uneasy comparison of herself to her sister's dead cat.." - Nicole
Nicole is thrilled to be part of telling this story. She has appeared onstage most recently as Ivy Weston in Openstage Theatre’s Henry Award winning production of August: Osage County, Woman in Pop Up Theatre’s 2016 production of Cock and as The Dragon Queen in OpenStage Theatre’s Journey to the West. Other favorite roles with OpenStage Theatre include Susie Monahan in the 2013 reprisal of Wit, Miss Fischer in A Picasso (2011) and Barbara Ehrenreich in Nickel and Dimed (2008), and with OpenStage etcetera as Barb in Swimming in the Shallows(2006) and a handsome cowboy/neurotic theatrical producer/flamboyant costume designer in Anton in Show Business(2009). Nicole is one of the original founders of Fale’ and danced with the ensemble from 2004 to 2014. Huge thanks and respect to Denise and Bruce Freestone for creating and sustaining this family of artists and giving us a space to play together.
The Mystery of Love and Sex
By Bathsheba Doran | Directed by Corinne Wieben
“By the end you may feel giddy, as if you’d just stepped off a whirling theme-park ride.” The New York Times
Deep in the American South, Charlotte and Jonny have been best friends since they were nine. She’s Jewish, he’s Christian; he’s black, she’s white. Charlotte and Jonny definitely love each other - but not that way . . . or maybe that way. They might be moving in together. They might be getting married after college. Also, they both might be gay. Or bisexual. A compelling story of intricate relationships, The Mystery of Love and Sex is an explosive and contemporary look at race, sexual identity, and family dynamics. Contains mature language and themes.
September 14 - October 6
Jukebox Quilts | 406 N. College Ave