- 1212.January.FridayRaymond James Theatre163 3rd St N, Saint Petersburg, FL, United States
ABOUT THE PLAY: 21st century newlyweds Allie and Maggie have just moved into an old house that’s been in the family for generations. Vesta, a young bride-to-be of the 19th century, lives in that house with her parents. Through the quantum vagaries of time, Allie and Vesta become visible to one another, past and future co-existing in a small parlor room. While multiple souls echo across time, resonating with alternate versions of themselves, Allie teaches Vesta of modern female emancipation, changing the lives of both women in the process.
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT: Tess Light’s plays tend to incorporate any or all of the following: sarcasm, death, sarcastic death, Buddhism, foodism, poetry, song, and Shakespeare. In 2017 she won the Julie Harris Playwriting Award Competition (Maxwell and Janet Salter Award) for her comedy BILLY JOEL HOLDS THE KEY TO THE AFTERLIFE. Prior distinctions include the Arts & Letters Prize for Drama (EXPECTANT PAUSE, 2015) Theatre Conspiracy’s New Play Contest (TOWER OF MAGIC 2012), and semi-finalist for the O’Neill National Playwriting Conference (TO CONCEIVE GODS, 2015). Her most recent production was THE SUPPER HOUR IN HELL (Overtime Theater, San Antonio TX). Find her on the New Play Exchange: Click Here.