Triptych: A Shifting History of Inherent Femininity
At the beginning of time, Young and Old grieve at the foot of a mysterious grave. What they’ve been told about womanhood is not what they’ve experienced.
In the recent past, two so-called friends meet for brunch. One of them is aching for the truth. One of them seemingly has all the answers. Power dynamics lead to speculation and from speculation, a secret is revealed.
In the present, two friends wander the halls of a famous institutional art gallery as they reconcile with the reality of sex, love, gender, and life.
Grace Olinski and Amelia Corrada are pleased to present the premier of this play at the Denver Fringe Festival. Please be aware there are heavy themes and this play is not suitable for children under 12.
Amelia Corrada (Cast/Creation) is a 2020 graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art BA program. There, credits include: Earthquakes in London (Jasmine), The Merchant of Venice (Shylock), Clybourne Park (Bev/Kathy) and The Tempest (Ariel). Denver credits include: A View From the Bridge (The Edge Theatre), Benediction (Denver Center), Land of Milk and Honey (The Catamounts) and Waiting for Obama (Buntport Theatre). They have also performed at both the New York Fringe Festival and Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as several venues around New York City where they currently live. This is the first public showing of their original work. IG: @amelia.corrada
Grace Olinski (Cast/Creation) is a Brooklyn based actor and writer. She is a 2020 graduate of the BA program at LAMDA, where her favorite roles included Dionysus (The Bacchae), Grace (Earthquakes in London), and Joanne Galloway (A Few Good Men). She spent the pandemic writing, developing and acting in new works with her writing cohort, as well as teaching movement and body work to young artists. Recent projects include Nationals with the 24 Hour Plays, and several collaborations with Ren Gyo Soh Artists' Lab, where she is an intern and creative apprentice. IG: @grace_olinski
Hunter Wilkes (Assistant Stage Manager) is a freelance creative who lives and works in New York City.
Theresa Corrada (Additional Art) is a photographer and digital artist who lives in Littleton, Colorado. Her work has been featured in local galleries, and she co-founded The Fastidious Fotog, a photography gallery in the Santa Fe Arts District. She currently works as the co-founder of Blink, an independent pop-up gallery and online art store. Her work can be found at www.blinkart.net and on instagram @fastidiousfotog
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2700 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80205
Entrance: The main entrance is on 27th Ave.
Parking: Street parking is available on neighboring streets
Accessibility: Ramps, elevator and ADA bathrooms
Admission: You must show your ticket confirmation or purchase a ticket at the venue; all seating is general admission, audiences will wait in a queue before entry to the show