During World War II, the rough terrain of Central West Virginia provided an ideal place to train US troops. The war turned small towns into training camps overnight; it turned young girls into prostitutes and young boys into hustlers. Rattlesnake, by Fred Pezzulli, directed by Elysa Marden, is the story of one such girl and the boy who worked for her. Appropriate for mature teenagers and older. For group sales, call 212-695-4173, ext. 1. Additional performance Monday, December 6 at 8pm.