Halston Shows Audiences Miss Margarida's Way at Bay Street, Opening Aug. 19

News   Halston Shows Audiences Miss Margarida's Way at Bay Street, Opening Aug. 19
 
Broadway's Julie Halston is a teacher on the edge in the Bay Street Theatre production of Miss Margarida's Way, which opens Aug. 19 at the Parrish Art Museum.

Daniel Goldstein directs Halston (Gypsy, Chasing Manet) in the new developmental presentation of Roberto Athayde's solo comedy.

Halston, according to Bay Street, "plays an eighth grade school teacher, while the audience plays their role of the class who she alternately tries to bully, seduce, and ultimately teach."

Initially banned by the Brazilian dictatorship in 1973, Miss Margarida's Way later premiered on Broadway in 1977 starring Estelle Parsons.

A veteran of the comedies of Charles Busch, Halston has appeared in Shanghai Moon, Lady in Question, Times Square Angel, Red Scare on Sunset, Psycho Beach Party, The Vagina Monologues and White Chocolate. She also guest starred on "Sexy and the City" and was seen in the Bernadette Peters revival of Gypsy.

Tickets, priced $40, can be purchased by calling (631) 725-9500 or by visiting BayStreet.

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