The Wooster Group's The Town Hall Affair
Named after the street location of its home base in New York City, the Wooster Group is an experimental theater company that has gained a reputation for staging groundbreaking multimedia works that challenge the boundaries of creative expression. The company's latest project is a stage adaptation of Town Bloody Hall, a documentary by Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker about a 1971 feminist panel moderated by Pulitzer Prize–winning thinker Norman Mailer. The Town Hall Affair is directed by Wooster Group founding member Elizabeth LeCompte and features impassioned performances that offer a fresh perspective on the advocacy of women's rights today.
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