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The Year of Magical Thinking
Dates: July 19-Aug 11, 2019
Run Time: 90 minutes with no intermission
Location: The Falls Theatre
In this dramatic adaptation of her award-winning, bestselling memoir (which The New York Times called “an indelible portrait of loss and grief…a haunting portrait of a four-decade-long marriage”), Joan Didion transforms the story of the sudden and unexpected loss of her husband and their only daughter into a stunning and powerful one-woman play.
How Joan Didion the Writer Became Joan Didion the Legend
Watch the beautiful and insightful documentary Joan Didion:The Center Will Not Hold, on Netflix.
Amy Thone, Joan Didion
Sheila Daniels, Director
Catherine Cornell, Scenic Designer
Constanza Romano, Costume Designer
Robert Aguilar, Lighting Designer
Erin Bednarz, Sound Designer
Melia Watras, Music Director/Composer
Ruth Eitemiller, Stage Manager
Tori Thompson, Production Assistant
July 23 | 6:00 pm
Behind the Scenes with Classical King FM
Get closer to the artists with Classical KING FM’s Sean MacLean as he interviews the creative minds behind the shows.
July 25 | 6:00 pm
Red Carpet Opening Night
Enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne and be a part of the excitement on Opening Night!
August 1 (evening) | 6:00 pm
A series of performances, lectures, or panel discussions that allow you to dig deeper into the themes of the play before the performance.
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Note: the ASL by the actors is delivered primarily toward seating section C in the theatre.
Age & Content Considerations: Contains adult themes.
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“The passion lies underneath…this quirky, defiantly literary play…Her writing sounds like an out-of-body experience.”
“This play is a meditation on how quickly life can change. Something I’ve been thinking about over the last few years. It happens to all of us, but there are few artists who have had the ability to dig so deeply and show us the truth of our common experience in a new light.”