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Two horses in a neigh-scent relationship, a vacant treehouse in need of a tenant, and a human with a grape for a head: in Corinne Donly's buoyant adaptation of Hieronymus Bosch's 15th century triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, syllables combine to make words and people to make lovers. An elegy to vestiges, a paean to puns, and a theater of peace, Wood Calls Out to Wood pursues Bosch's old paradise through a new alchemy of love, language, and radical tenderness.
About the Author
Corinne Donly's plays include Wood Calls Out to Wood (2017 Weasel Festival, the Public Theater); Because of the Mud (B-Side Fest, the Wild Project); The Gray Notebook (Target Margin's Lab Series, the Bushwick Starr); Wild Whore Says: Couldn't Drag Me Away (Brooklyn Arts Exchange); and The Brutes (Toronto Theatre Center). Donly holds an MFA in playwriting from Brooklyn College, an MA in Integral Ecology, and a BFA in acting from NYU'S Experimental Theatre Wing.