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|29 May 2019 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM||Sir Geoffrey Peren Auditorium|
Two farm women are named as witches by a man they have spurned.
Written by acclaimed Obie-Award-winning playwright Caryl Churchill, this provocative play examines non-conformity, and gender power struggles through this 17th Century lens.
Against a backdrop of the witchcraft trials in England, Vinegar Tom draws parallels between witch hysteria and the female sexuality.
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