Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Red House Arts Center to Present OLEANNA, 2/5-7

The Red House Arts Center in Syracuse, NY presents Pulitzer Prize winner David Mamet's powerful two character drama Oleanna. Performances will take place February 5th & 6th at 8pm and February 7th at 2pm for one weekend only!

Oleanna tells the story of a university professor (John) and one of his female students (Carol), who accuses him of sexual exploitation.

A quiet college campus becomes a vicious battleground when a professor and his female student get embroiled in a searing power struggle that escalates to dangerous proportions and shocking consequences. David Mamet's unflinching and confrontational masterpiece will have you gripping the edge of your seat, gasping for air and struggling with your inner conscience. It boasts electrifying dialogue, blazing emotion and an ending that will leave you talking for weeks. Go ahead and try to pick a side, because in OLEANNA, whatever you think you know-- you're wrong.

Directed by Daniel Tursi, Oleanna features Colin Wilson as the professor John and Marguerite Mitchell as the student Carol. Chad Tallon is production manager and Benjamin Sheedy is fight choreographer.
Redhouse's "Oleanna" will run one weekend only from Feb 5th through Feb, 7th in the Lab Space. Tickets are $15. The Red House Arts Center is located at 201 S. West St. in Syracuse, NY. Parking is available adjacent to and across from the theater, as well as nearby in Armory Square. For tickets, please call the Box Office at (315) 362-2785 or visit www.theredhouse.org.

OLEANNA was first produced on the New York stage by Frederick Zollo, Mitchell Maxwell, Alan J. Schuster, Peggy Hill, Rosenkranz, Ron Kastner, Thomas Viertel, Steven Baruch and Frank and Woji Gero, in association with Patricia Wolff. The Black Bay Theatre Company production opened at the Orpheum Theatre on October 25, 1992.



Related Articles View More Central New York Stories   Shows

More Hot Stories For You