Hilda: written by Marie NDiaye,translated by Susie Lindeman and directed by Beata Pilch from the Trap Door Theater.
The International Voices Project, a series of concert readings by playwrights of international origins, is presented by Premiere Theatre & Performance and curated by Patrizia Acerra. These one night events will include a performance, a post performance dialogue with the cast and audience, and a reception featuring regional cuisine.
Hilda is a chilling one-act by Senegalese-French writer Marie Ndiaye about an affluent woman who becomes obsessed with her new nanny. Hilda deals with the themes of power, class and control. This is Ndiaye’s first play.