Sunday, April 7, 2013
The Misses Bordereau
written and directed by John Bouchard
A tale of obsession and possession. In 1937, Jake Broyles, a young professor, traces the lost letters and papers of Gerald Clarke—the celebrated writer who many years before had died in his thirties—to Hollywood: to the house of Clarke’s now ancient former lover and her young ward. In The Misses Bordereau, Jake Broyles moves into their house, hoping to find some way to pry from the women the Clarke treasure. What he discovers is a treasure that casts a spell tumbling him into a landscape just out of time—somewhere between the lost years of Gerald Clarke and present, glittering, Los Angeles; somewhere between the fictions of Adolph Zukor and a reality as strange as fiction.
The Misses Bordereau also performs April 5 at 7:30pm and May 17 at 8:30pm.
Admission is free, however seating is limited and will be first come, first seated. The doors will open 20 minutes before curtain.
Sunday, April 7, 2013 - Saturday, April 13, 2013
On the Margin of Sexual Violence
A weeklong display at the Tiger Cooler showing statistics of survivors who are Women of Color, people who identify as LGBTQ, children, men, people with (dis)abilities, and people in prisons
Part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2013