Anita Bryant Died For Your Sins by Brin Christopher Williams will open August 28, the story of a young boy's sexual awakening in 1977, marked by images of Olympic swimmer Mark Spitz and anti-gay crusader Anita Bryant. Edward Albee's Three Tall Women will open November 6, the author's Pulitzer Prize-winning portrait of contemporary women. For season subscribers, there will be a free production of Annie Korzen's Yenta: Straight From The Mouth, an evening of comedy, music, and constructive criticism.For more information, visit westcoastensemble.org.
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