A Dangerous Personality

RUNNING TIME
2hr. (1 intermission)
Closed

WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

She explored Tibet, fought with Garibaldi, rode across India on the back of an elephant, was friends with Thomas Edison - a terror to the establishment, and a nightmare to the British Raj. Russian-born spiritualist and philosopher Helena Blavatsky lived everywhere from London to India to Hell's Kitchen - and remains one of the most controversial figures in world religion. With her colleague, Henry Steele Olcott, she created Theosophy - the Science of Religion, The Secret Doctrine - Christ without the Church. Her ideas are as timely and thought-provoking now as then, and her personality and life were imagined on a colossal scale. Sallie Bingham's new play brings this extraordinary woman, and her story to the stage.

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NEWS AND REVIEWS

A Dangerous Personality - Jun 11, 2008

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