WHORTICULTURE Emma Goldman-Sherman
About This Show
An Absurdist Confrontational Tragicomedy of out-sized proportions where Lark and her friends perform a Gender Studies thesis on the roots of female oppression while delving into Lark’s haunted past. These 3 Poisonous Flowers confront the deepest roots of how girls grow up in our pop music, social media, hater, racist, rape culture to expose the seeds of our oppression. Cum and See, Live Girls in Pop-Soil!
about the artist
Emma Goldman-Sherman‘s plays include Why Birds Fly, Abraham’s Daughters, and Whorticulture, all named semi-finalists for Risk Is This Festival at Cutting Ball. Perfect Women won a Jane Chambers Award (produced by All Out Arts at CSV Cultural Center and regionally). Other productions include Sex and the Circus (Manhattan Theatre Source), Wombshot (Take One Prods at Camilla’s) at Grand Arts Gallery in KC, and in London (Canal Cafe Theatre), The Lock in Zagreb. Recent work has been seen in Golden Thread’s ReOrient Festival of plays about the Middle East and the Lady Liberty Festival at Urban Stages. Emma earned an MFA from UI and is the Resident Dramaturg at www.