sad women being sad
by University of Texas New Theatre (UTNT)
Apr. 01 - Apr. 18
This lyrical play explores what it means to be sad and a woman in this world through the lens of the Greek tragedy, THE TROJAN WOMEN. Examining trauma, mental health, violence and the internet's role in these things, sad women being sad asks the larger question of how and if we can separate the artist from their art. Be prepared for a comedy! Contains mature content including discussion of rape, suicide, mental health issues and sexual assault.
Recommended for audiences 17+.
Written and Co-Directed by Jenny Krick
Co-Directed by Andrea L. Hart
Everywhere, TX, 78700
April 1 at 7:30 p.m. (CST)
April 3 at 7:30 p.m. (CST)
SAD WOMEN BEING SAD will be available on-demand April 5-18, 2021. Tickets purchased for the performance dates on April 1 and 3 will also apply to on-demand performances. For more information about ticketing for virtual performances, please visit our ticketing page: here.
Tickets for SAD WOMEN BEING SAD are available at pay-what-you-can pricing, with a minimum cost of $5.00.