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7 Star Starred
Villanova Theatre
Located in Vasey Hall on the intersection of Ithan Avenue and Lancaster Avenue 800 E. Lancaster Avenue Villanova, PA 19085
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There are some fantastic restaurants right down the street on Lancaster. I would highly recommend Samurai in Rosemont or Azi in Villanova if you're looking for good sushi.
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The theater is the left building behind the student dining hall across from the parking garage. Go to Ithan(?) street, turn left (if coming from 476) then take the first left, stop at the security hut and the garage is on your right.
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attended Nov 15 2013

Interesting production with contemporary translation and punk attitudes, dress and music.

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_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.

About the Ticket Supplier: Villanova Theatre

Productions are directed by faculty and distinguished guest artists, and designed by resident and freelance designers. Graduate students, supervised by a full-time production staff, are the mainstay of the production season, serving as actors, stage managers, and as members of the production crew.

Villanova Theatre productions are reviewed by the major Philadelphia and suburban media and supported by a subscriber base of over 750 patrons. Villanova theatre is an active member of the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia and participates in the annual Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre, as well as the national American College Theatre Festival and The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance.

Since 1995, the theatre department has received 54 nominations and six Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre from the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia.