When the object of his affection off-handedly commented, “too bad you’re not a girl,” Erwin disappeared to Casablanca and returned as Elvira. Now, adrift and alone, Elvira revisits the people and places of the past, desperately searching for the identity and love she’s never known.
The world premiere of In a Year with 13 Moons—a new adaptation of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s melodramatic, darkly comic, and unsettling New German Cinema masterpiece—is staged by Robert Woodruff, “the country’s most adventurous director” (Time Out New York), and features Bill Camp, “one of the bravest, smartest, and most physically intense actors in New York” (The New York Times).
Yale Repertory Theatre is supported in part by the
Connecticut Office of the Arts.