If you’re headed to New York any time between now and early August, there’s one play you have to see. And that’s WHEN WE WERE YOUNG AND UNAFRAID by Sarah Treem at Manhattan Theatre Club (New York City Center stage).
This important new work takes a look at a group of women in 1972 on an island in Puget Sound to explore what has become of feminism, and specifically what happens when violence becomes part of a relationship with a man. The play opens tomorrow night.
In this interview with TDF Stages, Treem discusses the very personal origin of the play’s subject matter.