Seattle Playwrights Salon presents a staged reading of The Liberation by Catherine Wiley and directed by Kristina Sutherland Rowell on Friday March 9 at 7 p.m. at the Conservatory, 5813 Airport Way South, Seattle 98108. Admission is free! Beer, wine, cider, and food available for purchase before and after the show, and during intermission.
How do you know when you are sleeping with the enemy?
Set against the background of terrorist attacks in Paris, The Liberation asks how far women have come from the sexual double standards of the past, when after the Liberation, French women accused of intimate relationships with the occupying German forces were exiled from their homes and their heads were shorn. What happened to these women after the war? Will finding out change the course of life for a modern shamed woman?
The Conservatory is a Seattle art space and coffeehouse, community meeting place, and artists’ workshop in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, a growing and glowing arts haven in Seattle near I-5, just north of Boeing Field.
The Seattle Playwrights Salon produces new play readings and full productions on the second Friday of every month at The Conservatory to give local playwrights a public place to present new work in development to a live audience.