MIDDLETOWN & IF ALL THE SKY WERE PAPER Set for Skidmore College's Spring 2014 Season

MIDDLETOWN & IF ALL THE SKY WERE PAPER Set for Skidmore College's Spring 2014 Season

Skidmore College Department of Theater has announced its Spring 2014 Season. Details below!

By Will Eno
Directed by Daniel Shure '14
Black Box Studio, Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater
February 28th-March 5th
All shows at 8:00PM, except Sunday matinee, at 2:00PM

In MIDDLETOWN, contemporary playwright Will Eno has created seemingly everyday characters with an extraordinary ability to articulate the deepest truths about being human: the clawing anxieties we cover up, the hopes and fears we cultivate, and the desperate need for connection with others. Their touching and often hilarious interactions also overlay a deeper fascination with how incredible it is to exist on this planet, in this universe.


By Andrew Carroll
Directed by Lary Opitz
Mainstage Theater, Janet Kinghorn Bernhard Theater
April 10-13 and April 17-19
All shows at 8:00PM, except Sunday matinees at 2:00PM

In every American war from the Revolutionary War to Iraq and Afghanistan, people have captured the horror, pathos and intensity of warfare in their letters. Tens of thousands of these letters have been handed down from generation to generation. Best-selling author Andrew Carroll established the Legacy Project through which he has collected thousands of war letters. He created this verbatim piece of theater based upon many of these letters. IF ALL THE SKY WERE PAPER tells the story of war from the viewpoint of the men and women on the front lines, affected civilians, and loved ones on the home front.

All performances are held at the JANET KINGHORN BERNHARD THEATER at Skidmore College, 815 N. Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866.

TICKETS: $12 general admission, $8 students and senior citizens. For reservations or information, call the Skidmore Theater Box Office at (518) 580-5439 or email boxoffice@skidmore.edu. For group sales, please contact Kathy Mendenhall at (518) 580-5431.

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