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Salt Lake Acting Company: Love, Loss, And What I Wore

The death of writer Nora Ephron from cancer earlier this year led to an outpouring of praise for her well-known works, like the screenplay for the classic romantic comedy When Harry Met Sally … . But her unique voice is also part of her collaboration with sister Delia Ephron on an adaptation of Ilene Beckerman’s memoir about women and the Proustian resonance that comes from associating specific articles of clothing with key life moments.

Constructed as a series of monologues connected by a narrator named Gingy, the play finds four other women describing how their lives have dictated their clothing choices—and often vice-versa. Salt Lake Acting Company’s staged reading will feature a rotating cast of volunteer actors and prominent local businesswomen and media personalities, including the likes of X96’s Gina Barberi, playwright Kathleen Cahill and real-estate broker Babs De Lay. The production serves as a fundraiser for the Junior League of Salt Lake City’s Women Helping Women program, which gathers and distributes professional attire to women in life and workforce transition. (Scott Renshaw)


Date: Sep 20, 2012
Time: Times Vary
Phone: 801-363-0526
Address: 168 W. 500 North, Salt Lake City, 84103
Where: Salt Lake Acting Company
 
 
 
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