15th Century Morality Play Everyman Gets a Modern Update
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The last date listed for Everyman was Friday November 15, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Written in 1928 by Bertolt Brecht, The Threepenny Opera skewers capitalist society while following… More
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Featured review from Colleen Mullarkey
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The play was great--really well done. It was a packed audience. The tickets I got from Goldstar for this performance were comp tickets so they only cost $6.50 each for the service charge. I got tickets through Goldstar for a previous show at this same venue and they were $12.50. If you're going on a date or something, I would suggest spending the few extra bucks because the "free" seats were pretty cramped compared to the ones we got before. Great show though and excellent acting. A very interesting modernization of a medieval classic.
_Written by Anonymous
Adapted by Mark J. Costello
Directed by Rev. David Cregan, OSA, Ph.D
This play contains some frightening imagery and deals with issues surrounding death. It is recommended for ages 12 or older.
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