AUBURN – Deborah Lubar will appear in her one-act play, “Eve’s Version,” at Auburn University’s Telfair Peet Theatre on Thursday, April 26, at 7 p.m. In a solo performance, she will portray an aging Eve who recounts her complex relationships with Adam, Snake and God in the garden of Eden.
Lubar is a performance artist and character actress whose one-woman shows have toured widely to critical acclaim. She portrays stories of women from around the world making hard and transformative choices in difficult and sometimes terrible times.
Lubar has taught theater for more 25 years and has been on the faculties of Oberlin College, Douglass College, California Institute of Integral Studies, Hampshire College and Smith College, where she was a tenured professor of theater.
After spending many years training in several traditions of spiritual healing, Lubar began teaching performers and writers a system that combines theater with the theory and technique of the healing arts.
Luber’s performance of “Eve’s Version” is sponsored by AU’s Women’s Studies Program. For more information call (334) 844-6647, or go to www.auburn.edu/academic/other/womens_studies/.
(Contributed by Vicky Santos.)