The Elif Collective presents as part of the FireWorks development lab
By Abigail Duclos
Directed by Alexandra Haddad
SATURDAY OCTOBER 7TH 8:30PM @ BRICK AUX WILLIAMSBURG
628 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Free admission with $10 suggested donation
A 6-person dark comedy that explores lesbian desire, the aftermath of grief, and teenage mental illness. On her way home from school in rural North Carolina, Faye discovers the maimed body of a strange creature: half-bird, half-lamb. Together with Eden—a peculiar newcomer to the small town—Faye creates a new religion centered around this creature. It is a religion of queer desire, overwhelming grief, and feminine rage. Through their faith, the girls reckon with familial deaths, parental neglect, and the impacts of abuse.
From the rehearsal room
Meet the playwright
Abigail Duclos is a theatre artist currently based in New York City. After growing up in both South Carolina and Pennsylvania, Abigail studied English, Theatre, and German at Barnard College. Some of her past playwriting credits include Possession (The Tank), Camp Cattywampus (Columbia University Performing Arts League), Teeth (WKCR 89.9 FM NY & NOMADS), and Anointed With Gasoline (NOMADS). Outside of writing, Abigail enjoys learning about the art of puppetry, watching soccer games, and making matcha. She wants to thank Narns–for everything. IG: @abigailduclos.
Meet the team
Stage Manager, Co-Producer