by DANIEL McCOY
Directed by HONDO WEISS-RICHMOND
August 24 @ 4PM
In 12th century England, an unknown woman penned some of the greatest poetry of her time, influencing generations of writers. Known only by her first name and her fantastical fables, Marie de France’s own story has remained hidden for nine hundred years. In Daniel McCoy’s new play EPIMYTHIUM, fantasy
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