Come see Second Stage's Frau Dada, an original play about art, anti-art, womanhood, queerness, paper, and revolution.
What counts as a revolution? Frau Dada follows the life and relationships of Hannah Höch, a German artist who worked in collage and was the only woman to regularly show works in the Berlin Dada Club in the early 1920's. At times funny at at times tragic, Frau Dada tells the story of Höch's balancing act between her identities as a woman and as an artist.
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Hannah Höch: Hannah Skopicki ('18)
Raoul Hausmann: Dimitri Fulconis ('20)
Til Brugman: Sophia Andreadis ('21)
Richard Huelsenbeck: Eddie Chapman ('20)
John Heartfied: AyJay Mulholland ('21)
George Grosz: Miguel Pérez-Glassner ('21)
Writer & Director: Anna Apostolidis ('19)
Stage Manager: Ranja Armbruster
Set Design: Binxin Wang ('20)
Lighting Design: Daniel Osofsky ('20)
Costume Design: Jaime Marvin ('19)
Properties Design: Lola Sounigo ('19)
Hair & Makeup Design: Erin Hussey ('20)
Choreography: Tekla Monson ('18)
Master Electrician: Matt Grimaldi ('21)
Publicity: Dani Smotrich-Barr ('20)
Creative Consultant: Rose Shukur-Haines ('20)
Piano: Paula Tartell ('18)
Vocalist: Lisa Stein ('21)
Composer: Robert Schumann (1810-1856)