The April gathering of our monthly reading series, The Nora Salon, is Friday, April 7.
We hope you’ll join us for a glass of wine, friendly conversation, and
an informal reading of Elizabeth Curtis’ one-act play: The Quiet Voice.
Twenty-one year old Vera Brittain’s diary for August 1914 reflects an “incongruous mixture of war and tennis.” With England’s entry into World War I, Vera is propelled from a life of bourgeois leisure into becoming one of the 20th Century’s prominent pacifist and feminist voices. The Quiet Voice, adapted from Letters from a Lost Generation, a collection of wartime letters written by a young Vera, spans the years 1914 to 1918, taking us through the horrific and life-changing events that war brings.
The Nora Salon: The Quiet Voice
Friday, April 7th at 7pm
1 Washington Square Village, New York, NY
hosted by Sharon Friedman
SPACE IS EXTREMELY LIMITED. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.
April’s Salon is currently FULL.
Please email us at reservations@norasplayhous
For this salon, we will be casting at least two roles from the crowd!
Let us know if you’re interested in reading when you RSVP.
Suggested donation: $10