Fresh from an Off-Broadway run in New York City, esteemed actor Elisabeth Gray brings her one-woman show to Oxford for one evening only on Friday, 5th July.
Following a tour of various venues in the United States, Southern DisComfort comes to Princess Margaret Memorial Garden at the Rothermere American Institute.
“The talented writer and actress Elisabeth Gray” (The New Yorker) and director Daniel Zimbler bring to life a collection of true tall tales of contemporary American Southerners -- from a one-armed boy selling rifles at a gun show, to a former beauty queen violently obsessed with facial symmetry. Flannery O’Connor meets O’Henry in this tragicomic depiction of the American South today... It’s Triple Distilled Southern Gothic!
Tickets are £15 for adults; £12 for students, including wine. Wine will be served from 5.30.
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Elisabeth Gray distinguished herself as a performer in Oxford productions between 2002-05. Since then she has written and performed the award-winning Wish I Had a Sylvia Plath at the Edinburgh Fringe, in Oxford, New York City, and elsewhere.