‘A meditation which explores her relationship with her daughter, Jessie Montgomery.’ “It deals with aesthetics and politics and race and class,” says Meehan of McCauley’s piece.
- Jessie Montgomery
- Magdalena Gómez and Kate Snodgrass – two of the three performers in the Sleeping Weazel festival, “Badass,”
- Artistic director of Sleeping Weazel, Charlotte Meehan
- March 5-7, 12-14 Sleeping Weazel festival, “Badass,” at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre on March 5-7 and March 12-14.
“From the comfort foods of the South to the free spirits of New York, award-winning performer Robbie McCauley vividly portrays her extraordinary life’s journey. Robbie takes us from off-beat downtown to Broadway and beyond, cracking open silences about the pains and triumphs of living with “a little bit of sugar” – diabetes. Chauncey Moore plays live music to punctuate the piece and a talkback with Robbie will follow each performance.”
Performing Arts Department at Emerson College and was created in collaboration with Artists In Context.
Chauncy Moore, accompanist | Maureen Shea, director | Mirta Tocci, projections (design)