Chains of Dew

April 2009
by Susan Glaspell

Our annual Classic American Theatre selection. “Chains of Dew” is about a popular poet who lives in the Midwest and works as a bank executive. He complains to his New York friends that his life in Iowa is dull and that his wife and family are a burden, but that he must go on for the sake of those who depend on him. The friends go to his home to liberate him but find the job to be more than they expected. This is the first American production of the play since it was first performed in 1922!

8 Performances at
at The Randall Museum Theatre and
the Eureka Valley Recreation Center Auditorium

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