Huntington’s ‘Our Daughters, Like Pillars’ explores sister bands in the middle of COVID-19
Huntington’s ‘Our Daughters, Like Pillars’ explores sister bands in the middle of COVID-19

Huntington’s ‘Our Daughters, Like Pillars’ explores sister bands in the middle of COVID-19

In this week Under the radar:

The new Huntington Theater Company play “Our Daughters, Like Pillars” has all the characteristics of the local playwright Kirsten Greenidge. It takes place in New England, it’s a story about a black family, where questions about race and gender are part of the main characters’ reality, and humor is part of the storytelling. To “Our Daughters, Like Pillars,” Greenidge also adds a twist that sets the compelling drama against the backdrop of the evolving COVID-19 crisis.

Guests:

Kirsten Greenidgean award-winning Boston-based playwright whose latest work is “Our Daughters, Like Pillars,” is now performing at the Huntington Theater Company through May 8th.


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