"Stockard Channing is revelatory. Apologia poses exciting and enduringly relevant questions about the price for women of achieving and sustaining professional success in a male-dominated world.”
—Ben Brantley, The New York Times
You do not mess with Kristin Miller. In the 1960s, she was a radical activist and political protester. Now a celebrated art historian, the publication of her memoir threatens to split her family apart. But Kristin has never been one to shy away from a fight.
Direct from London, Alexi Kaye Campbell’s biting play makes its New York debut with the “Magnificent” (The Independent
) Stockard Channing in a powerhouse performance as a woman facing the repercussions of her past. Apologia
is a passionate, human and humorous clash of generations and beliefs—a lively look at yesterday’s rebels living in today’s reality.
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