PRESENTED BY JUILLIARD DRAMA

Performance Saturday, February 11, 2017 | 2 PM

The Serpent Woman

McClelland Drama Theater
Venetian writer and satirist Carlo Gozzi—a proponent of commedia dell’arte when the form was in decline—wrote this tragicomic fairy tale in 1762. Ribald, fanciful, funny, dark, and picaresque, this play recounts the tribulations of a mortal king in love with a fairy, set in a phantasmagoric world of demons and mythic beasts.




Performers

  • Written by Carlo Gozzi
  • Directed by Orlando Pabotoy
The Juilliard School
McClelland Drama Theater

155 West 65th Street, Fourth Floor | Manhattan
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Tickets: $20, $10 for non-Juilliard students

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