OTHER DESERT CITIES to Continue The Rep's 47th Season, 2/12-3/9
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (The Rep) presents the striking play Other Desert Cities by Jon Robin Baitz and directed by Steven Woolf. This sharp play will be performed on the Browning Mainstage of the Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts, 130 Edgar Road (on the campus of Webster University), Webster Groves, February 12-March 9, 2014.
Curtain times are Tuesday at 7 pm; Wednesday-Friday at 8 pm; selected Wednesday matinees at 1:30 pm; Saturday matinees at 5 pm; selected Saturday nights at 9 pm; Sunday matinees at 2 pm; and selected Sunday evenings at 7 pm.
Ticket prices start at just $16.50 (previews) and $20 (regular performances). To purchase, visit The Rep Box Office, located inside the Loretto-Hilton Center, charge by phone by calling (314) 968-4925, or visit The Rep's Online Box Office at www.repstl.org.
Things get bumpy when promising young novelist Brooke Wyeth returns home to Palm Springs to get her family's approval of her newest work - a tell-all memoir dredging up long-kept family secrets. Daring her conservative parents to oppose her, Brooke draws a line in the sand, and when it is crossed, the result threatens to undo them all. Politics, lies and regrets collide in this biting, sharp and fiercely funny Pulitzer Prize finalist.
The cast of Other Desert Cities at The Rep is Glynis Bell (Woman Before a Glass: A Triptych in Four Parts) as Silda, Celeste Ciulla (Over the Tavern) as Brooke, Alex Hanna as Trip, Dee Hoty (Book of Days) as Polly and Anderson Matthews (You Can't Take It With You) as Lyman.
The Rep's production of Other Desert Cities is directed by Rep Artistic Director Steven Woolf.
The creative staff also includes Michael Ganio, set designer; David Kay Mickelsen, costume designer; Phil Monet, lighting designer; Rusty Wandall, sound designer; Rich Cole, casting director; Glenn Dunn, stage manager; and Shannon B. Sturgis, assistant stage manager.
For more information about The Rep's production of Other Desert Cities including a guide introducing the characters, plot and background on the play; photos related to the production; and more, visit The Rep's comprehensive public website at www.repstl.org.