The Seer & The Witch

The past and present collide in the forms of Eleanor and Emily, two women living a century apart who both haunt the same corner room at the Elgin Institute of Mental Health. They are each other’s only solace in a story that explores the nature of the female experience and how it has changed over the course of a hundred years, and how it has not.
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The Seer & The Witch

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  • Nicholas Thurkettle:
    11 Jan. 2018
    Deeply-layered and emotionally-urgent. Ms. Lane's compassion for her characters, the detail with which she's etched their individual voices, and her resistance to easy solutions to her protagonist's thorny psychology leap off the page together - a thrilling and absolutely timely play.

Development History

  • Reading
    Actors Theatre of Charlotte
  • Workshop
    terraNOVA Collective