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A Solo Play by Sarah Ford

Georgia OKeeffe, the American Painter who defied the male art world in New York during the 20s and 30s, confronts Sarah in the midst of a spiritual crisis in dreams, challenging her to rekindle her creative fire! Do you have to choose between love and art?

Writer/Actress  Sarah Ford
Director/Dramaturge - Zoya Kachadurian

A solo play with music, visuals, and dance following the reigniting of creative passion and the rediscovery of a forgotten voice

Georgia OKeeffe, the American painter who defied the male art world in the New York of the 20s and 30s, confronts Sarah in the midst of a spiritual crisis in dreams, challenging her to rekindle her creative fire! From a bistro in New York City, to New Mexico, to a showdown in the Texas Panhandle.its never too late to find out who you thought you were.

Synopsis: Sarahs life has changed. She has moved from New York City to live in the woods of Massachusetts with a new husband and a new life with great happiness and great risk! She has spent a lifetime as a dancer and actress, and business experience with the Manhattan real estate market. As Sarah says, You can think a lot of thoughts in Massachusetts. And, then she begins to be visited by dreams. One of those dreams is the iconic painter Georgia OKeeffe who Sarah had spent almost six years researching. Sarah becomes fascinated with Georgias struggle to find her own voice. It just so happens that this coincides with Sarahs passion to regain her own voice and joy. Sarah says: Georgia told me to write about her. This jumpstarts a journey looking into a mirror at ones younger, feisty, and determined spirit. Georgia is both mirror and muse!

Awards: Won outstanding Production of a solo show- Midtown International Theatre Festival- July 2011

2019 - Georgia & Me is being rebirthed. Ive been inspired to come back to it realizing Im a different person at this point than when I wrote it in 2010. For one thing, Im older and have deepened my understanding of why Georgia was important in 2010 and why its asking me to revisit now. The Me Too movement has charged our air with urgency to bring about new understanding and new expectations. Georgia & Me has relevancy in this new era!

For more information, including media resources, please visit my
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You can also check out the Georgia & Me Trailer and conversation with Sarah Ford on my
YouTube channel - Georgia & Me

Facebook  @georgiaandme

Twitter  @georgia_and_me


St. Lawrence Arts (View)
76 Congress Street
Portland , ME 04101
United States


Arts > Theatre
Film > Movies

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!