If your an Edward Albee fan (or even if you aren't), you will certainly laugh at the trails of Bill and Hilary, a middle aged couple living in the small New England town of Hope, New Hampshire, who bicker over their past hurts and present anxieties. All goes down too quickly with liquor. After a function at the Conservatory of Music where Bill teaches, they invite an innocent gay couple home for nightcaps, fun and games Sounds familiar? Not so fast, this is the play Mr. Albee never dreamed of writing. Albee Damned is Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in 20 minutes with a little of The Goat thrown in when Bill and Hilary invite a gay couple home for a nightcap.
In Laura Cleans House by Ed Valentine, our perfect little First Lady takes us on tour of the White House during the Christmas
season and has a little problem keeping her balance. Peter Bloch directs.
In a long term relationship when body image isn't what it used to be--foreplay either, Burt and Scott must explore new alternative stimuli to keep things moving forward--or rather--up. But will their love life ever be the same? Robert Mapplethorpe's Flowers by Gregory Fletcher is a dramedy, directed by Judith Partelow.
Friday, October 8 at 7:30pm
Saturday, October 9 at 3:30pm
Sunday, October 10 at 3:30pm
Part of the 3rd Annual Spotlight On Halloween Festival
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