Ancient Women & Modern Realities: Exploring Gaslighting Through Greek Myths – Sound Theatre Company (online only) (ASL interpreted)
Long before the term gaslighting was invented, women have been navigating the power dynamics of a world that revolves counter to them.
Seattle dramaturg Sonja Lowe hosts a discussion exploring two different scripts that reach back toward ancient myths to address modern themes of gaslighting. This artist conversation features Teresa Thuman (director of Sound Theatre Company’s 2019 production of “Peeling” by Katie O’Reilly) and local playwright/actor Melanie Hampton (author of a new play, “Persephone, Baby”).
Tickets free (with optional paid levels) here.
This performance is listed as ASL interpreted and captioned. As always, please check with the theatre to confirm that has not changed. Scheduled ASL interpreters are Courtney Coddington and Karen Royea.