Lilith and Her Demons
September 10-September 21
Lilith and Her Demons adapts a collection of poems of the same name, by Enid Dame, into lyrics for a new song cycle. This piece explores how Lilith takes shape in folks of all kinds today.
They work in New Jersey
Find themselves in an abortion clinic
And at a tenants’ rights rally
And in a Brooklyn dairy restaurant
And by the Red Sea
Apartment 20 has adapted Lilith and Her Demons into a concept album for this year’s unconventional Fringe Festival, as a stepping stone toward production of the staged song cycle.
Audiences will receive a link to the YouTube stream, that corresponds with the date they have chosen, upon purchase of their ticket.
A transcript of the lyrics will be available in the Youtube description.
Note: This show contains frequent sexual language and mention of abortion.
Recommended for ages 13+.
Thursday, Sept 10 at 8pm
Friday, Sept 11 at 8pm
Saturday, Sept 12 at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday, Sept 13 at 3pm
Monday, Sept 14 at 8pm
Thursday, Sept 17 at 8pm
Friday, Sept 18 at 8pm
Saturday, Sept 19 at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday, Sept 20 at 3pm
Monday, Sept 21 at 8pm
About the Artists
Music & Lyrics: Sarah Hough
Vocalists: Marlee Waleik, Laurel Johnson, Ang Bey, Mae Waldron, Malynne Smith, Twoey Truong, Claris Park, Joshuah Dominique, and Kashmir Reed
Instrumentalists: Melanie Hsu (Cello), Olivia Duvall (Violin), Eliana Fabiyi, (Violin) Corinne Kite-Dean (Guitar), Bexx Rosenbloom (Cello), and Melissa Brun (Cello)
Orchestrations: Damien Figueras
Cover Art: Sidney Louise Houck
Apartment 20 (Randi Alexis Hickey, Damien Figueras, Donnie Grimm) is an ensemble theatre collective, committed to new work that emphasizes personal narrative, musicality, and unapologetically honest storytelling. We are a group of devisers, therefore any work presented by Apartment 20 is a patchwork quilt that represents each of our Residents.
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