Dream of a Common Language Jan. 01, 2001 - Jan. 02, 2001

 August 17-September 2
by Heather McDonald
Directed by Michele Pearce


In the countryside outside of Paris in 1874, a group of artists debate the future of art at a dinner held to plan the first Impressionist exhibit.  No women artists were allowed at the table.  Inspired by a painting in the National Gallery of Art commemorating this event, playwright Heather McDonald writes about the fury and self-doubt caused by invisibility, and “the longing, for women as well as men, to have a fusion of passion and work in their lives."   In their own forum--under a canopy of stars—Clovis, Pola and Dolores shout of their desire to mold the clay, to celebrate the light in paint and canvas and, most importantly, to be taken seriously--as women and as artists.


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