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Is God Is
The Amen Corner
The Session
Who is Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
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Community Nights

Wednesday & Thursday night performances

Tickets are discounted to $15.

February 8-17, 2024

Synopsis

The Session is an engaging play written by Harvey Williams from Kansas City, MO. It takes place in a small town and focuses on a therapy session where five people with different backgrounds come together. Each character has their own problems and struggles to deal with. Throughout the play, they go on an emotional journey of self-discovery and healing. As the therapy session progresses, secrets are revealed, emotions run high, and relationships are put to the test. Through deep conversations and meaningful interactions, the play explores important ideas like making up for past mistakes, forgiving others, and the importance of human connection. The Session is a thought-provoking play with relateable characters that examines the complexities of being human.

Show Dates

May 2-11, 2024

Synopsis

Edward Albee’s classic play, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf follows a middle-aged couple, George and Martha, as they manage the vulnerabilities of their marriage. George, a college professor, and his wife Martha, return to their home after a university faculty party where much alcohol was ingested. They invite a young couple to join them fora night cap. As George and Martha entertain their guests, their toxic marriage begins to unravel at the seams much to their guests’ dismay. Albee’s provocative look at love,marriage, and privilege challenges the thin line between love and hate.

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