Last Chance: Greenway Gets Out of Missionary Position OOB Oct. 17

News   Last Chance: Greenway Gets Out of Missionary Position OOB Oct. 17 Writer-performer Tara Greenway closes her self-penned one woman show, Missionary Position, the history of a personal battle for sexual and spiritual freedom, Oct.17 at the Grove Street Playhouse. The piece, directed and developed by actress Ariane Brandt, began performances Sept. 10 and opened Sept. 16.

Writer-performer Tara Greenway closes her self-penned one woman show, Missionary Position, the history of a personal battle for sexual and spiritual freedom, Oct.17 at the Grove Street Playhouse. The piece, directed and developed by actress Ariane Brandt, began performances Sept. 10 and opened Sept. 16.

From fundamentalist Christian roots, where she equated having sex with going to hell, to all the openness and freedoms of New York City, Greenway makes a journey that can only result in self healing, both physical and spiritual. Missionary Position was originally co-produced at HERE. As an actress, Greenway has appeared in A Thousand Clowns, Talley's Folly, The Importance of Being Earnest and off-off-Broadway in I Never Saw Another Butterfly.

The design team includes Mark Symczak (sets), Michael Selditch (projections), Matthew E. Adelson (lighting), Gregg Bellon (sound) and Sylvia Bailey (costumes).

Tickets are $35 and are available by calling Ticket Central at (212) 279 4200. The Grove Street Playhouse is located at 39 Grove Street.

-- By Christine Ehren