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  The Theatre office is open between the hours of 1:00 pm to  5:00 pm Monday through Friday. Please call if you have questions: 828-771-3040.

 

 

A Winter’s Tale by William Shakespeare, October 2-26

Make Winter’s Tale reservations here

 

 

A Child’s Christmas in Wales by Dylan Thomas, December 5-7

The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry, April 16-19

 

 

Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw

 

April 24-27

All shows start at 8pm

Henry Higgins pompously bets he can transform a poor Cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, into a duchess by coaching her in proper English speech. Pygmalion’s undertones criticize differences in class during the early 1900′s and remark on ideas concerning independent women.

Please contact (828) 771-3040  or email theatre@warren-wilson.edu to reserve tickets.

Tickets are $10  for community members .

Although all shows are free for Warren Wilson staff and students ticket reservations, especially for large groups , are recommended.

 

 

Spinning Into Butter by Rebecca Gilman

November 22, 24, and December 7

All shows start @ 8pm

Set on a college campus, Spinning Into Butter reveals the truth about institutional racism, and the stilted reaction to it. The play exposes the political “correctness” of authoritative figures who claim to be pro-minority but manage to ignore the elephant in the room.

                                                                        Flyin’ West by Pearl Cleage

November 23 & December 6, 8

All shows start at 8pm

In Flyin’ West, set in 1898, four African American women escape their pasts as former slaves and find a home on the wild frontier of Nicodemus, Kansas. Sophie, a political advocate for African-American rights; Fannie, a woman whose kindness makes anyone feel at home: and the baby of the family, Minnie, an educated woman, who brings home her new husband, Frank, and an unexpected problem.