The Divine Narcissus
by Paper Chairs

Dec. 17, 2017

A rough approximation of a 17th Century play originally written by Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz, often referred to as the New World's first feminist. It is interpreted and translated (loosely) by local playwright Elizabeth Doss. So far, this adaption has uncovered lyrical language spoken by mythic and biblical characters who have unusual philosophical arguments on a mountainside. Join us in this new world, found through an original rendering of an old voice."

The Divine Narcissus
by Elizabeth Doss
Paper Chairs

December 17, 2017
Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems (CMPBS)
8604 FM 969
corner of Martin Luther King and Decker Lane, east of Austin
Austin, TX, 787824

Staged reading at 4 pm at Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems (CMPBS), 8604 FM 969, Austin, TX 78724

Join us for a casual afternoon of listening to new work, with lively discussion and feedback with the writers to follow, and share an intimate look into our upcoming season and the development process.



[image via Tyler School of Art, Temple University]