Four Women: A Play in Four Monologues

Greenwich Street Theatre
547 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Four Women, written by Cheever Tyler, addresses four problems of love, loss, control, and destiny in four unique stories.The first monologue of the evening, Dixie Glitter, finds its protagonist drunk and forced into accepting the memories and mission of Carry Nation, the infamous campaigner for prohibition. In the Deep South, the second monologue traces the story of Celeste and her brave hopes that survive the Depression and failed love. Next, an African-American physics professor named Charlotte struggles with the exactitude of science and the unknown boundaries of faith in the face of unspeakable loss. The final monologue comes from a thirty year-old Texas firecracker named Trumpet Vine who finds herself stuck between a ticking biological clock and a ready and willing Middle-Eastern lover who has very specific ideas about her future. Christopher Carter Sanderson directs.