Sunday May 5, 2019 at 2 PM

Unitarian Church of Lincoln, 6300 A Street

Free and open to the public

by Lisa D'Amour

Directed by Deanna Walz

the cast:

Chet Kincaid - One
Katy Morehouse - Two
Lindsey Oelling - Three

the story:

Ten-year-old Anna Bella and her hermetic mother Irene live in a ratty trailer on the edge of town. When their trailer park is slated for demolition because of interstate highway expansion, Irene refuses to leave. In this moment of crisis, Anna Bella creates a new girl out of the mud behind their trailer home. This mud-girl helps Anna Bella and Irene channel the supernatural and face the life they must live in the world outside their trailer home. A richly imagined tale of a fierce mother/daughter bond, spoken and sung by three women.

"Its beauty and its depth are almost beyond language other than its own."  The Austin Chronicle

"Anna Bella Eema is a wild play."  The Village Voice

"Skillfully stylized...Ms. D'Amour's inspiration make[s] for a wise comment on identity..."  The New York Times

"One of the season's first great plays...a thrilling and challenging piece of theater."