Sunday, October 30 at 6:30 PM
Hyde Park Theatre, 511 W. 43rd St.

From talking record players, to bickering old sisters, to cooking shows, to catalog time this play will look, sound, and feel like a wide variety of different moments from the theatrical canon. THE McRAVEN SISTERS is a raucous, campy, and meta-theatrical romp that negotiates with the unique absurdity of extended isolation in your family’s old home. Ella and Annie Murray move us through their day in pseudo-real time, trying to follow a scripted order of events until they have no choice but to break free. With appearances from a handsome doctor, a talking phonograph, and a few ghosts, Ella and Annie take us for an existential ride that leaves us laughing and contemplating our place in the chaos of the world.

Trace Turner is a multi-disciplinary queer storyteller originally from Austin, TX. Trace has worn many hats in the theatre including writing, acting, stage managing, directing, choreographing, dramaturging and photographing. Previous writing credits include: THE BLACK SEAGULL (Actors Rep Theater, New Work Nite), I KNEW HIM WELL (FronteraFest Short Fringe), HEROIDES: A SITE SPECIFIC MUSICAL STAGING (Envisage New Works Festival), and they are a co-creator and writer for A VERY HOT GIRL GOTHIC TELETHON… LIVE!. Trace has also written and produced a few audio projects, WOODARD: A PODCAST PLAYDEAD LETTERS: A RADIO DRAMA, and A GUIDED MEDITATION FOR SHOTGUNNING A BEER.