The Reciprocity of Persephone
Bottle Alley Theatre Company presents The Reciprocity of Persephone, the final show in our fifth season, Jump Off A Building.
My dear, my dear, it is not so dreadful here. - Prayer to Persephone, Edna St. Vincent Millay
The otherworldly garden that Kore and her mother, the goddess Demeter, occupy is all Kore has even known. Kore spends her days performing routine gardening and harvesting duties under the doting yet watchful care of her mother, who lives in fear that one day her daughter will discover the truth of her origins. But Kore is growing restless: though her mother forbids it, she longs to see new places, create new plants and talk to new people: perhaps one of the Gods of Olympus? It is then that Kore unintentionally attracts the attention of Hades, god of the Underworld. Thrilled to have a new companion, it would seem that Kore's prayers have been answered-until she finds herself caught between the tempting affections of a lonely deity and the fierce love of a mother who cannot let her go. Kore must uncover her true nature, find her own power, and discover who she has been all along...Persephone.
& Abigail Lucas
Directed by Dani Stetka Odom
Assistant Directed by Amber Wilson
Costume design by Stefanny Granados
Lighting design by Rhiannon Monet
Program & Poster design by Corinna Browning
We will be doing SIX total performances in a row at a private residence. There is plenty of street parking and you'll see us set up with a table outside.
House opens at 7:30 with the performance beginning shortly after. The Reciprocity of Persephone will take place outdoors so please come dressed for the weather!
As the performance takes place outside, if we have to cancel any of the performance dates we will give you the option of coming to another night or being refunded.
211 Dunlap Street
Austin, TX 78704
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