James Rutherford, Feathers Wise, & Laura Butler Rivera of “Salome”

M-34 presents SALOME, written by Oscar Wilde in a new English translation by director James RutherfordListen in as Salome director James Rutherford (who also translated Oscar Wilde’s script from the French) and actors Feathers Wise & Laura Butler Rivera, with GSAS! correspondent Alex Randrup, discuss dark rituals, queerness & desire, what is seen and what is obscured, looking and being looked at, simple complexity, finding musicality in biblical text, and translating/seeing/hearing the heart of Oscar Wilde.

“…he wasn’t really hiding. There’s no subtext to the play, everything that everybody is feeling they’re coming out with immediately…the way that it’s being said allows it to be very open, very emotional…”

M-34, in partnership with the Irondale Center and FringeNYC, presents

Salome

written by Oscar Wilde
in a new English translation by director James Rutherford

a Fringe “Bring Your Own Venue” show

thru October 27, 2018

Irondale Center
85 South Oxford Street
Brooklyn

tickets: $15, available via EventBrite

M-34, in partnership with the Irondale Center and FringeNYC, presents SALOME, written by Oscar Wilde in a new English translation by director James Rutherford, photo by Eileen Meny Photography M-34, in partnership with the Irondale Center and FringeNYC, presents SALOME, written by Oscar Wilde in a new English translation by director James Rutherford, photo by Eileen Meny Photography M-34, in partnership with the Irondale Center and FringeNYC, presents SALOME, written by Oscar Wilde in a new English translation by director James Rutherford, photo by Eileen Meny Photography M-34, in partnership with the Irondale Center and FringeNYC, presents SALOME, written by Oscar Wilde in a new English translation by director James Rutherford, photo by Eileen Meny Photographyphotos by Eileen Meny/Eileen Meny Photography

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