The eighth winner of our nationally recognized Kendeda Graduate Playwriting Competition is set amongst the swirling domes of the church in Red Square. Moscow seems like a fairytale to twenty year old Annie, an American in search of her roots. But when the lines between Russian fairytales and Annie’s reality start to blur - and then vanish – things get seriously dicey.
Besides winning the Kendeda Competition, Meg Miroshnik and her play are also finalists for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, a prestigious international competition recognizing women that have written outstanding English-language works of theatre.
The Alliance Theatre's Hertz Stage is a modern, 200-seat Black Box theatre. This versatile facility accommodates a number of distinct stage layouts.