Fragments from a Witch's Journal
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Fragments from a Witch’s Journal

Wild Plum Productions

Part of the 2019 Fringe Festival

Venue

Jed Williams Gallery
615 Bainbridge Street
Philadelphia , PA 19147 United States
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September 13, 20 + 21, 2019

The life of a witch is revealed from a lost journal that traces her journey through the world. A woman reads from the manuscript, relating the story the witch tells.

$8 / 35 minutes


Wild Plum is a pop up theatre dedicated to bringing new perspectives to old ideas. The concept of “the witch” is used to place women outside the mainstream. In this piece the Witch tells her story through the finding of a lost manuscript. The piece is written and performed by Christine Emmert. The concept is one which lays bare the witch’s story.

This group has participated before in Fringe. “The Yellow Wallpaper” was a work based on the classic story . Their second offering was “Say No More” which re-thought Strindberg’s “The Stronger.” Wild Plum has performed in last winter’s BRIDGE Phil show with their take on the legend of the wandering jew,” Plague Seeker,” that speaks to displaced persons of the world. The company is small. Richard Emmert and Christine Emmert are its founders who lived in Valley Forge. You can contact them through dakinichris@yahoo.com for more information