WESTON, Conn. -- Elizabeth Fuller knows how to weave a story.
The Weston resident is the author of "Me and Jezebel," which is about her real-life experience with actress Bette Davis (who came to Fuller’s home for dinner and ended up staying a month). And now she has another tale up her sleeve.
And, like her first, it's also true to life.
This time, it's a two-character play.
"Adoptirovat," which she co-wrote with Joel Vig, outlines her experience adopting a little girl from Russia. The 90-minute staged reading takes audiences on a journey stretching from Weston to Moscow and eventually to a remote village on the outer edge of Siberia.
It will be performed Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m.at the Episcopal Actor’s Guild in Manhattan (1 E. 29th St.), Admission is free.
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