At home with the Kenworthy is proud to announce our next virtual event Pancakes & Eggs (Greek Gods in a Diner), by Kendra Phillips. Premiering on Sunday April 26th at 4:00 PM.
About the Play:
Apollo’s having pancakes. Aphrodite’s having eggs. The waitress has had it with both of them. Can they find love while they wait for the syrup? What’s for dessert? And where the Styx is the door in this place?
About the Playwright:
Kendra Phillips is a playwright just finishing her second year in the MFA program at the University of Idaho. Originally from the Seattle area, she received her undergraduate education at Pacific Lutheran University. She is currently a board member of Northwest Playwrights Alliance. Her new play, Deep Calls, premiered in February at the U of I. Past productions include Family Game Nigh; a new a cappella musical, which received an Artist Trust GAP grant for its development, and Pancakes and Eggs (Greek Gods in a Diner), which premiered in Seattle in 2015. Kendra currently works as the master electrician at U of I’s Hartung theatre. (Of course, “at” is a relative term these days.)
The Kenworthy has an extraordinary history of collaboration across all art forms – theater, film, and music – you name it. It is one of the many things that makes the Kenworthy and the arts community so great. The artists from our U of I Theatre Arts community are coming together to put together a virtual show. While this content will be free and available to you until May 2, 2020 we hope that you consider a tax-deductible donation (or an admission price). A portion of funds raised through this performance will be donated to U of I Theatre Arts.