The sisters have joined forces with Magis Theatre this year! For more info, please visit Her Name Is Vincent.
I got positively sentimental the other night...I had the radio on -- and three women were harmonizing -- and I remembered those three Millay brats and how they used to sing together -- you know Edna, I think I sometimes miss that more than any other thing in my whole life in the gay days of long ago! Do you ever miss the singing too?
- - Letter to Edna St. Vincent Millay from her estranged sister and struggling author Kathleen Millay
From a family of women in Maine to the bohemian luminaries in Greenwich Village, poet and playwright Edna St. Vincent Millay sped through the first half of the 20th century giddily burning candles at both ends. Creating a string of lovers and a Pulitzer Prize in her wake, Millay, who insisted on being called Vincent, eclipsed the lives of her two sisters.
Weaving in tunes from 1900 through the Jazz Age, The Millay Sisters invites you to join the cabaret and meet the sisters: the famous one, the charming one, and the one they left behind...
Musical direction and arrangement by Steven Katz
Performances by Margi Sharp and Rachel Murdy
Created in collaboration with directors Cynthia Croot and Deborah Philips