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An audio play inspired by Federico García Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba. It’s summer in Flatbush; streets are hot with protest, and the Abellard sisters are trapped in their mother’s house. In this aural exploration of private and public grief, Black women’s voices call out in a complex chorus of big frustrations and small joys in a moment where physical touch remains beyond reach.
Written by Diane Exavier
Directed by Dominique Rider
Creative Producing by The New Group
Featuring Mayaa Boateng, Amara Brady, Malika Samuel, Lorraine Toussant, Jasmin Walker, Zenzi Williams
Casting The Telsey Office, Destiny Lilly, CSA
Composition and Sound Designer Kathryn Ruvuna
Assistant Director Maya Davis
Dialect Coach Cherie Corinne Rice
A developing archive of the play’s experiments and iterations can be found at www.bernardasdaughters.club.