In Lisa Loomer's dark comedy, three women from different centuries (18th-Century China, 19th-Century Victorian England, and present-day New Jersey) all meet in a modern hospital waiting room. They discuss the pains they are facing as a result of altering their bodies to meet societal standards of feminine beauty — foot binding, wearing corsets, undergoing breast surgery. The women confront human nature and the modern health care system as they struggle for answers. Student-directed by Ciera Eis.
Notices for audiences:
Depictions of sexual assault/violence
Fri-Sun, February 19-21 & Thu-Sun, February 25-28
7:30 PM (Sundays at 3:00PM)
Tickets on sale in January:
$11 seniors (62+)
$11 students w/ ID
UCSC undergrads with valid UCSC ID receive 1 ticket free.
(UCSC Discount: 2 tickets for $6 each for staff/faculty/Alumni. Assoc. w/ ID)
Advance tickets available through SantaCruzTickets.com.
Doors open 30 minutes before curtain.
Ticket window opens *1 hour* before curtain.
Please arrive 30 minutes before curtain to allow time to park (and to take a shuttle, if necessary), pick up tickets at will-call, and be in your seat before curtain.
Late seating will be at the discretion of the management.