A new play reading inspired by Sybil's Cave in Hoboken and written by Maddie Dennis-Yates
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Play reading in the Art House Gallery followed by a Q&A History Panel moderated by Jim Peskin with librarian John Beekman from the Jersey City Library, librarian James Cox from the Hoboken Public Library, dramaturg Emily Dzioba, and playwright Maddie Dennis-Yates
Mary Rogers has died and is now trapped spending the afterlife on the wrong side of the Hudson River. The Sybil of Hoboken could help her move on, but The Sybil is distracted. It’s 1841 and she's busy with several women (white, Black, married, unmarried, living, dead) who are looking for answers via seance and testing their respective boundaries at a time when danger and opportunity are all around.Funded in part by the Hudson County History Partnership Program grant, New Jersey playwright Maddie Dennis-Yates has been developing this new play inspired by Sybil's Cave in Hoboken with Art House Productions for the past year.