Posts Tagged ‘Woolf on stage’

A Room of One's OwnA one-woman show about Virginia Woolf is on the St. Mane Theatre stage in Lanesboro, Minn., starting Saturday.

Kristen Underwood developed her play, “Women and Fiction: Virginia Woolf Speaks,” in the early 1990s. It is based on Woolf’s 1928 lecture to women undergraduates later adapted into the influential A Room of One’s Own.

Read more about the play. For reservations, call 507-467-2446.

To find out more about stage productions based on Woolf’s work or life, go here.

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The Waves by Virginia WoolfA century after the Bloomsburty group came together, English director Katie Mitchell’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s novel The Waves is on stage at The Duke on 42nd Street in New York City, Nov. 14 through Nov. 22.

There, in its U.S. premiere, the play is part of the celebration of the 10th anniversary of Lincoln Center’s New Visions series, which this year is subtitled “The Literary Muse,” and which we heralded on Blogging Woolf in February.

When Waves was produced at the National Theater in London, where Mitchell, 44, is associate director, it played to full houses and received superb reviews.

Read The New York Times preview of the staging of Woolf’s tale of six friends moving from childhood to adulthood to life’s final chapters. Get details about the Lincoln Center staging.

While you are in town for Waves, catch the Grolier Club exhibit on Woolf too. Meanwhile, take a moment to ponder a different interpretation of Woolf and water.

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