Alice Ripley to Star in Solo Drama The Pink Unicorn Off-Broadway

Off-Broadway News   Alice Ripley to Star in Solo Drama The Pink Unicorn Off-Broadway
 
Ripley will play a conservative Christian widow whose daughter comes out as “gender queer.”
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Alice Ripley

Tony Award winner Alice Ripley will star in the Off-Broadway premiere of The Pink Unicorn, a site-specific solo drama by playwright Elise Forier Edie.

Ripley (Next to Normal, Side Show) will play a Christian widow living in a conservative Texas town whose 14-year-old daughter announces that she is “gender queer,” and intends to start a Gay and Straight Alliance in her high school.

Amy Jones will direct the production that will begin previews May 9 at the Episcopal Actors’ Guild ahead of a May 15 opening night.

Out of the Box Theatrics, which utilizes non-traditional spaces to create site-specific theatre, produces the limited Off-Broadway engagement which runs through May 25.

Edie, a playwright and actor, has performed the solo play across the U.S., including a previous New York appearance at the United Solo Festival.

Tickets, priced $99, are available at ootbtheatrics.com. The Episcopal Actors’ Guild is located at 1 East 29th Street.


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