This fall, Theater, Dance & Media at Harvard presents Adrienne Kennedy's The Owl Answers, directed by David R. Gammons.
6 Performances: October 13-21, 2017
The Owl Answers. “I who am the ancestor of Shakespeare, Chaucer and William the Conqueror, I went to London... I was the only Negro there.” Clara Passmore, the illegitimate daughter of a white man and a black woman in the American South, struggles to define herself even as she is denied and ostracized by the European culture she idolizes. Unable to claim her father’s heritage and unwilling to accept her mother’s, Clara is caught between time and place; history and myth. Characters and locations morph and overlap kaleidoscopically in this surreal and haunting drama. Kennedy’s experimental masterpiece about race and identity feels as raw and relevant today as when it premiered in 1965.
Ticket Prices: Full Price: $10.00; Students, Seniors (65+), Harvard ID: $5.00
Waiting Line Information: There will be a waiting line at the door should any more tickets become available. Admission from the waiting line is not guaranteed.
Special Notice: Due to the staging of our production, we will not be able to accommodate ANY late seating for this production. We encourage everyone to arrive at the theater early as there is a large display of dramaturgical and historical materials from the life and work of Adrienne Kennedy in the lobby