Directed by Kaytlin McIntyre

Co-produced with Performance Production Department.

“Alice and her mother Joan are accused of witchcraft after Alice spurns her neighbors’ advances, setting into motion a witch-hunt allegory for the treatment of marginalized women throughout history and today. Vinegar Tom is also layered through with trenchant humor and surprising musicality, including songs that are designed to be playful contemporary ditties. It is rooted in Brechtian Epic Theatre, but this time through a female lens. It is a fertile ground for
acting, musical and comic performance skills…Caryl Churchill herself, and her play Vinegar Tom, are shining examples of theater-as-activism andthe practice of the artist-citizen-innovator.”  – Kaytlin McIntyre, from the director’s notes

Kaytlin McIntyre is the casting director for Seattle Repertory Theatre. Her directing credits inSeattle include world premieres of Zapoi and The Lost Girls at Annex Theatre, and Nadeshiko for Sound Theatre Company.

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