New York City
Her star rising as a Hollywood diva, Frances Farmer chooses to join the socialist Group Theatre in New York. This idealistic, raucous and non-conforming movie star, pursued by the Government for her alleged communist connections, was finally incarcerated with the help of her mother at Steilacoom, a Seattle psychiatric hospital, where she was lobotomized and released as “cured” in 1949. Sally Clark’s play has taken the biographical details of Frances Farmer’s life and transformed them into a mesmerizing and quintessential classical tragedy.
Box Office Hours: 7-8pm
Group Sales Number (10+): 212-260-4698
Appropriate For Ages: Adult
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