Thursday, August 10, 2006


Moscow and Norway are a brother and sister who spent their childhoods traveling the world with their diplomat father. Now they live together in New York City, working odd jobs and waiting to hear from their father. Isolated in their intricate, self-sustaining world of two, they invent private games until the enigmatic and seductive Max enters their lives and the games become more dangerous. Lizardskin is a darkly comic tale about how we remember those we love, how we attempt to narrate our pasts, and who we become through the retelling. This new play by Jen Silverman was workshopped at New Georges and New York Stage and Film. Katherine Kovner directs.

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