Cora, a midwife and herbalist, is in the wrong place at the wrong time.
In search of her long-lost son, Cora arrives in a Puritan settlement in 1652 during the most destructive storm in a century. When she's thrown in jail under suspicion of witchcraft, she demands to see her child--a man the settlers call the Monster of Connecticut. Instead, she meets Miranda, a Puritan on the verge of childbirth, sent in to extract a confession and save Cora's soul. But neither Cora nor Miranda is exactly what she seems.
In lively conversation with The Tempest, cherubin takes on freedom, illusion, and agency through two of Shakespeare’s most under-explored characters.
Parley presents a world premiere workshop production.
written & directed by
Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth
Colleen Carey & Katherine Jett
Monday, January 28
7 pm @ The Auditorium at University Heights Center
(5031 University Way NE, Seattle WA 98105
The Auditorium @ UHeights
University Way Northeast, Seattle, Washington, United States of America