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Gertrude and Alice (print) by Evalyn Parry , Anna Chatterton , and Karin Randoja

Available March 2018

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Gertrude and Alice (print)

If Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas could look back on their legacy now, they’d say they were ahead of their time, their treasured paintings were like their children, and that they were very much in love.

The queer icons have appeared in the present day to find out how they are remembered. As they go through the story of their lives, they swoon and remark over their almost forty-year-long relationship, famed collections of art and friends, and their writings. They romance the concepts of genius, fame, power, and voice. And by sharing all of these memories and observations, they let their audience in on their intimate and playful moments together, leaving an even greater impact on their legacy.

“Talent is talent is talent is talent, to echo Gertrude Stein’s well-known statement about a rose. You’ll find plenty of it, along with humour, satire and affection, in the Independent Aunties’ take on the lives and work of perhaps the best-known lesbian couple of the early 20th century, writer/thinker Gertrude Stein and her devoted partner, Alice B. Toklas.” —Jon Kaplan, NOW Magazine

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Title Gertrude and Alice (print)
ISBN 13 9781770918801
Genre LGBTQ Theatre, Women Writers
Contributor(s) Evalyn Parry
Anna Chatterton
Contributor 3 Karin Randoja
Agent Please contact Playwrights Canada Press for more information about production rights.
Year 2018

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