“… Rocked my world!” – WNC Woman Magazine
“..Soaring..powerful!” – Las Vegas Review-Journal
In 1915, there were a handful of women artists. Four of them changed the rules: Painter Marie Goth; Metal Artist Janet Payne Bowles; Landscape Artist Selma Steele; and Ceramacists, The Overbeck Sisters.
At turns poignant and hilarious, The Breeze Bends the Grass is a musical and visual pastiche of the lives and struggles of women artists amidst the Arts & Crafts movement of the early 20th century and is the collaboration of three award-winning writers: composer, Krista Detor; author, Arbutus Cunningham and playwright T.K. Lee. The director, Danielle Bruce and cast of performers are stellar and this traveling show is funded, in part, by the Indiana Arts Commission Individual Artists Grant and Women’s Way.
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bluesy noir-esque production of one of America’s classic stories. I strongly suggest you get tickets before they sell out.” – thesappycritic.com
“Startlingly resonant…” – The New York Times
In The Heat of the Night runs through February 28. Get tickets through the Purchase Tickets link to the right or on our Tickets & Info page.