Epic Poetry is a full-length play by James Bosley (Broad Channel) and Directed by Gregory Wolfe (Moonwork).

Epic Poetry tells of the odyssey of a teenage girl searching for her father, a lost hero of a legendary war. Using the tropes of classic myth and ancient Greek Theater, the play crushes them into a ball and throws it into a post-apocalyptic NYC.  In re-examining the epic form, the play wonders if, gender-wise, we may have gotten it wrong from the start.

Wednesday, April 29 – Saturday, May 2 at 8:00pm
at Social Hall at the Hebrew Tabernacle, 551 Ft. Washington Ave, New York NY 10033 – at 185th Street

Wednesday, May 6 – Saturday, May 9 at 8:00pm
at Social Hall at the Hebrew Tabernacle, 551 Ft. Washington Ave, New York NY 10033 – at 185th Street

Wednesday, May 13 – Saturday, May 16 at 8:00pm
at Social Hall at the Hebrew Tabernacle, 551 Ft. Washington Ave, New York NY 10033 – at 185th Street