University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
March 5, 2019
Studio Theater, Blaisdell Hall
New York punk queen and poet Patti Smith collides with Sam Shepard in 1972 Greenwich Village. The result is a cyclone of creativity that marked the second half of the 20th century. From squaller to iconic status, their paths are tracked through song and story.
A special presentation in conjunction with Women’s History Month.
A play with music by Dana Marks. Musical Direction by William Dawson. Produced by Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern.