Oscar Wilde's "Salomé"
Harvard's Cabot House Theater (stage-managed by BUA's own Victor Kamenker '13, now a freshman at Harvard.)
Ticket Cost: FREE!
Deadline: Only 12 tickets are available so first-come, first-served
Here's what Victor has to say about the play: "We are actually doing an original adaptation that 'seeks to explore the depths of misogyny and the perception of women as dangerous temptresses throughout centuries.' The play takes place in three parts, set in three different eras and times: the ancient Middle East, Victorian England, and modern day US, warping in time as the play progresses. Through a synthesis of Oscar Wilde’s original script and new material depicting the ‘femme fatale’ in the modern day US, this play seeks to call into question the audience itself for living through constricting gender norms."
Warning: The director is including "explicit content" in Salomé. The director says that "older students should be fine but he wasn't sure that the play is necessarily appropriate for freshmen."