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    The Daughters of Selene

    An interdisciplinary romp through time and space. Eight characters evolve in their own worlds then collide and intersect: a heroic wartime nurse, a Joan of Arc fighting her own demons, a queen trapped in her prison/dress, a maid drawn out of 17th-century Dutch paintings, a Moulin Rouge dancer who toys with death and drag, a pre-Raphaelite vixen, a space-age go-go dancer, a model with an embarrassing condition. All are united during the course of an enchanted night where their accomplice, the moon, will reveal their multiple faces. "The Daughters of Selene" is a textless intimate theater experience, with stunning visuals, a lush atmosphere and plenty of humor.

    Dates:  Sept. 28, 2001 - Sept. 29, 2001
    Schedule:  Fri.-Sat. 8 p.m.
    Venue:  Washington Square United Methodist Church, 135 West 4th St.
    Price:  $15
    Tickets/info:  (212) 924-0077

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