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Greystone Theatre: Playhouse Creatures

Posted in Arts & Culture, Students & Campus Life
Nov 20, 2019 to Nov 30, 2019

One of the oldest theatres in the province, Greystone Theatre presents four mainstage plays a year—from classic repertory to cutting-edge new plays.

One of the oldest theatres in the province, Greystone Theatre presents four mainstage plays a year—from classic repertory to cutting-edge new plays.

NOV. 20—30
Playhouse Creatures
by April De Angelis | directed by Julia Jamison

Show starts at 8 pm | John Mitchell Building, 118 Science Pl.

Rivalries and relationships that develop between the first actresses to grace the London stage are exposed both offstage and on, as we voyeuristically peek in on the dressing room antics and heroic performances of this all-women cast. Set in the time of Charles II, four famous Restoration actresses, including Nell Gwynn, navigate their way through their precarious careers with wit, charm and spunk.

Tickets: $22 for adults; $19 for seniors; $17 for students
Tickets/season subscriptions: (306) 966-5188 | artsandscience.usask.ca/drama
Tickets go on sale two weeks before each show. No assigned seating.
Wheelchair accessible (please call in advance). No shows on Sundays.

 

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